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Here's Tame Impala's latest new track, 'Borderline'

It follows up on last month's fresh cut 'Patience'
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Published: 12:00 am, April 12, 2019Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Here's Tame Impala's latest new track, 'Borderline'

Tame Impala have dropped another new track.

‘Borderline’ follows up on the already revealed ‘Patience’, and was announced alongside artwork for the song in an Instagram post.

We’ve already heard ‘Borderline’, as it was debuted when the band appeared on Saturday Night Live. That's now been followed up with the full studio version, which you can check out below.

Earlier this week, Tame Impala announced a new batch of UK and Irish gigs for later this year.

Kevin Parker and his live associates will be hitting London's O2 Arena on 8th June.

They'll then go on to play Blackpool's Empress Ballroom on 24th June and Dublin's 3Arena on 26th June. There's also a German show in Berlin on 13th August.

Tame Impala are set to be in the country this June for Glastonbury already. Before that, they'll headline Coachella this weekend.

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