Ever since their joint arrival on the music scene back in 2011, Bob Moses have put forward a compelling cases for bridging the gap between indie and house. The duo, comprised of Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance, came together by chance, which they explain in their new documentary,   Days Gone By – A Bob Moses Story. The short film goes behind the scenes during the pair’s recent trip to Southern California and Mexico, while also exploring the individual perspectives of the guys, both of whom originally from Vancouver.

The documentary isn’t the only gift from Bob Moses today, who have just announced an extended 2016 edition of their latest album ahead of their summer filled with live dates. The new version, entitled Days Gone By (Never Enough Edition), features the ten genre-blurring tracks that appeared on the original, which are joined by three live reworks – including the beautiful ‘Before I Fall’ – not to mention a host of remixes from some of electronic music’s biggest names, including Tale of UsRAC, and the inimitable Joris Voorn.

Equally at home at Glastonbury as they are at Lovebox, and Istanbul as they are Ibiza, Bob Moses is a duo built on breaking barriers. Feast your eyes and your ears with the new album and accompanying documentary, which you can check out below.

Days Gone By (Never Enough Edition) is out on 19th August on Domino.