Sick Lullaby and Cowboys or Indians treated to exclusive new artwork.

James Lavelle has teamed up with a range of long-term artistic collaborators to release new versions of recent singles ‘Sick Lullaby’ and ‘Cowboys or Indians’.

The first single from new UNKLE album The Road: Pt. 1, released by The Vinyl Factory earlier this year, the cover for ‘Cowboys or Indians’ has been reimagined first by photographers Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones, with screen-printed and embossed outer sleeve and a 12″ insert.

The second of four special editions sees the track given new artwork by Turner Prize nominated artist Nathan Coley, who has individually hand-finished the die-cut outer sleeve, which houses a gold-printed inner sleeve and fluoro green vinyl pressing.

As well as the two editions of ‘Cowboys Or Indians’, UNKLE’s poignant collaboration with vocalist Keaton Henson ‘Sick Lullaby’ has also been given two new artist editions.

The first of these features more work by Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones, who have crafted a diamond dusted screen printed cover, while Berlin-based artist John Isaacs has provided the fourth hand-painted design in the series.

Each of the four editions has been signed by the artist and James Lavelle and is limited to 100 copies, available from The Vinyl Factory online shop.

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