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Portishead collab with Stüssy on new ‘Dummy’ t-shirt

According to Stüssy, this is the first time the band has worked with a clothing brand in 30 years

  • 27 June 2022
Portishead collab with Stüssy on new ‘Dummy’ t-shirt

Portishead have joined forces with streetwear brand Stüssy on a t-shirt that is out now.

In homage to the iconic 1994 album ‘Dummy’ the new t-shirt features an image of the album artwork in the colours blue, black and white.

According to Stüssy, this is the first time the band has worked with a clothing brand in their 30 years in the industry.

The Bristol band’s new tee will also be available to purchase at some Dover Street Market stores from June 24.

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The collaboration was announced earlier this week with a video similar to Portishead’s ‘Wandering Star’ music video.

Stüssy describe Portishead by saying: "Known for their atmospheric and seductive dark sound that combined jazz, acid house, and hip hop, the group, comprised of Geoff Barrow, Beth Gibbons, and Adrian Utley, pioneered the trip-hop sound.

"The shirt design replicates the cover of their classic 1994 debut album, Dummy, with the image coming from a film they made titled To Kill A Dead Man. The film, directed by Alexander Hemming, is a spy movie that revolves around assassination and its aftermath."

Portishead have also digitised their archives of work and reunited in Bristol for their first show in seven years for a Ukraine charity concert.

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In a statement, the band said about the charity event: “We are really pleased to be able to support the people of Ukraine by performing a few songs at this event in collaboration with the amazing War Child charity.”

Check out the new ‘Dummy’ t-shirt below.

Get your very-own 'Dummy' tee here.

Photo: EXIT Festival

Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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