1. The Knife have digitally released Shaken-Up Versions a mini album of classic tracks reworked especially for the band's recent North American leg of their Shaking The Habitual Tour.

    To preview the new versions, the Shaken-Up version of 'Without You My Life Would Be Boring' is being accompanied by a video directed by Bitte Andersson.

    Buy the 'Without You My Life Would Be Boring' Single bundle here:

    Buy the 'Shaken-Up Versions' mini-album here:

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  2. The Knife have invited Planningtorock to reinterpret 'Full of Fire', from the album 'Shaking The Habitual'. Using the 'Full of Fire' lyric, Planningtorock went about creating a brand new track:

    "Going through the tracks I pulled the awesome lyric 'Lets Talk About Gender Baby Lets Talk About You and Me' out from 'Full of Fire' and was completely moved by its groovy directness .. started recording this super fun bass line and totally went for a funky celebration feel"

    The video for the single has also been directed by the Berlin based artist.

    'Let's Talk About Gender Baby, Let's Talk About You And Me' (Planningtorock Rework) will be released October 14 (15) on Rabid / Brille / Mute Records. On the B side, Hannah Holland presents a new remix of the track,'Raging Lung'.

    'Shaking The Habitual', is out now:
    CD: smarturl.it/sth2cd?IQid=youtube.description
    iTunes: smarturl.it/sthitunes?IQid=youtube.description
    LP: smarturl.it/sthvinyl?IQid=youtube.description

    DIR - Planningtorock
    DOP - Imogen Heath
    MUSIC - The Knife - Let's Talk About Gender Baby, Let's Talk About You And Me (Planningtorock rework)

    Special thanks to:
    Juliane König
    Hermione Frank
    Boris Azemar
    Anika Henderson
    Paula Temple
    Tilda Lovell

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  3. Music: The Knife 'Raging Lung' taken from the album 'Shaking The Habitual', out now:
    CD: smarturl.it/sth2cd?IQid=youtube.description
    iTunes: smarturl.it/sthitunes?IQid=youtube.description
    LP: smarturl.it/sthvinyl?IQid=youtube.description

    Video: Montage of live footage filmed at The Knife's headline Shaking The Habitual Show at Hangaren Subtopia in Stockholm in May 2013, self directed by Sorklubben (The Knife performance collective): theknife.net/#tour

    Edited and Directed by: Marius Dybwad Brandrud
    Filmed by: Malin Korkeasalo, Marta Dauliute, Elisabeth Marjanovic Cronvall, Ania Winiarska and Lisabi Fridell.

    The team behind the show, also known as Sorkklubben, is a temporary and expanding community that grows and jiggles. Together they made a performance based on collective joy, effort and sweat.

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  4. The Knife talk about their new album 'Shaking The Habitual', stream the full album here: theknife.net

    Directed by - Marit Östberg
    Music by - The Knife
    Produced by - Rabid Records
    Executive Producer - Marit Östberg
    Cinematographer - Liz Rosenfeld and Marit Östberg
    Editing - Marit Östberg

    Assistant Director - Paula Alamillo
    Props, costume, locations. - Marit Östberg
    Catering - Liz Rosenfeld
    Make up - MPA
    Lighting - Jasco Viefheus
    Still Photographer - Alexa Vachon
    Graphics - Studio SM / Sara Kaaman
    Sound Mix - Voca Me! Studios

    Special thanks to:

    Ester Martin Bergsmark
    Jasco Viefheus
    Siri Hjorton Wagner
    Sylvia Villför
    Sam Icklow
    Mad Kate / EXIT
    Sebastian Simmert and Henning Leibig
    Tomas Hemstad
    The beautiful dancers

    © all rights reserved Rabid Records 2013

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  5. 'A Tooth For An Eye' from The Knife's forthcoming album 'Shaking The Habitual' released on 8/9 April. Available to pre order here: theknife.net/shaking-the-habitual

    'A Tooth For An Eye' deconstructs images of maleness, power and leadership. Who are the people we trust as our leaders and why? What do we have to learn from those we consider inferior? In a sport setting where one would traditionally consider a group of men as powerful and in charge, an unexpected leader emerges. A child enters and allows the men to let go of their hierarchies, machismo and fear of intimacy, as they follow her into a dance. Their lack of expertise and vulnerability shines through as they perform the choreography. Amateurs and skilled dancers alike express joy and a sense of freedom; There is no prestige in their performance. The child is powerful, tough and sweet all at once, roaring "I'm telling you stories, trust me". There is no shame in her girliness, rather she possesses knowledge that the men lost a long time ago.

    Music: 'A Tooth For An Eye' by The Knife taken from the album 'Shaking The Habitual'
    Dir. Roxy Farhat & Kakan Hermansson
    DOP: Aida Chehrehgosha
    Editing: Roxy Farhat
    Costume and Set Design: Johanna Friedman

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