The Kneeling Bus released globally a digital EP of remixes for their single "Some Girls" through their website, www.thekneelingbus.com. The release comes off the success of the double A-side single of "Some Girls," coupled with the track "Galore," which sold over 9,000 copies in physical units alone when it was released in April. "Some Girls" samples The Salsoul Orchestra's hit song "Ooh, I Love It (Love Break.)"
The artwork was inspired by The Beatles' 1967 album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band." It features a vast collective of female artists, ranging from Bessie Smith to Bjork, whose music helped shape and define the course of popular music over the past 80 years.
The Kneeling Bus formed in 2003 originally as a hardcore punk outfit called The Virgin Suicides before changing their name and turning their attention to dance music. The Kneeling Bus achieved worldwide cult status among the underground dance and IDM set with their earlier releases.