An intriguing Anglo-American collaboration between the Dandy Warhols and Massive Attack takes place on the Warhols' new U.K. single, "Godless." The radio version of the track is from the U.S. band's 2

An intriguing Anglo-American collaboration between the Dandy Warhols and Massive Attack takes place on the Warhols' new U.K. single, "Godless." The radio version of the track is from the U.S. band's 2000 album "Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia," but Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja and Neil Davidge have contributed a new mix (as well as dub and instrumental renditions) for the commercial CD release, out June 25 in the U.K. on Capitol.

In something of a reversal of roles, the album version sports a languid style more akin to Massive Attack, whose makeover gives "Godless" a more rock-oriented edge. In support of the single, the Dandy Warhols will play their biggest-ever headlining date June 29 at London's Brixton Academy. The show is part of a European itinerary that includes appearances at festivals such as T in the Park, Roskilde, and Werchter.

Here are Dandy Warhols' tour dates:
June 29: London (Brixton Academy)
June 30: Brussels, Belgium (Werchter Festival)
July 1: Copenhagen, Denmark (Roskilde Festival)
July 4: Kristiansand, Norway (Quart Festival)
July 7: Glasgow (T in the Park Festival)
Aug. 25: Leeds, England (Leeds Festival)

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