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Django Django are going to release a new EP this October

Watch their new video for ‘Swimming At Night’.
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Published: 9:26 am, September 13, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Django Django are going to release a new EP this October

Django Django have announced a new EP, ‘Winter’s Beach’.

Arriving on 12th October, the six-track release follows on from their recent album ‘Marble Skies’, and is preceded by a video for lead track ‘Swimming At Night’.

“The Swimming at Night chorus is about closing your eyes or being in the dark and swimming in your own world, your own thoughts,” says the band’s Dave Maclean.

“The idea for the video came when we were in Palm Springs. The light and the colours there were extraordinary and were the inspiration behind some of the imagery in the video.

“That, combined with an old drawing that Tommy found, of a colourful deep blue sea full of creatures. The video was animated by Gemma Yin Taylor who did an amazing job at bringing to life the visual I had in my head.”

The ‘Winter’s Beach’ tracklisting is:

‘Winter’s Beach’
‘Sand Dunes’
‘Swimming At Night’
‘Flash Forward’
‘Ghost Rider’
‘Blue Hazy Highs’

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