A track from Kylie Minogue's latest album Golden has been give a new mix for its single release.
A new version of A Lifetime To Repair was unveiled on BBC Radio 2 over the weekend, during Alan Carr and Mel Sykes' Summer Escape show.
The new edit includes beefed up production on the verses and added fiddle (!) on the chorus. In case you missed the memo, Kylie embracing all things country on her latest set.
Listen to the new version of A Lifetime To Repair on BBC Radio 2 here, around the 2 hour 40 minute mark. The song is the fourth spin-off from Golden, following Dancing, Stop Me From Falling and the title track.
Golden became Kylie's sixth chart-topping album on the Official Chart in April this year and was recently certified gold for sales of 103,000 across physical, downloads and streaming. Watch the star celebrate below:
Official Charts recently revealed Golden as the UK's best-selling cassette of 2018 so far, as sales of the retro format are up almost double from last year. Check out the full Top 20 list here.
Kylie's UK arena tour kicks off on September 18 in Newcastle and includes three dates at London's O2 Arena.