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HMLTD have debuted a brand new track, 'Flex'

The band are on the road this month supporting Shame.
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Published: 10:36 pm, November 15, 2018
HMLTD have debuted a brand new track, 'Flex'

HMLTD have debuted a brand new track, 'Flex'.

Produced by Rodaidh McDonald (The xx, Sampha) and featuring Jazz from Xvoto.Delete on guest vocals, the song is released on the band’s own label Ouroborus Records.

On the road this month supporting Shame before holding their own warehouse party in London on 23rd November, then heading off stateside with Nine Inch Nails - you can check out the video for 'Flex' below. It's got a lobster in it, if that helps.

HMLTD's forthcoming live dates read:

November:
15 Bristol SWX (w/ Shame)
16 Portsmouth, Pyramids (w/ Shame)
17 Leicester, Academy 1 (w/ Shame)
18 Sheffield, Leadmill (w/ Shame)
20 Leeds, Stylus (w/ Shame)
21 Glasgow, Stereo
22 Manchester, O2 Ritz (w/ Shame)
23 London, Studio 9294
30 Las Vegas, Hard Rock Hotel (w/ Nine Inch Nails)

December:
1 Las Vegas, Hard Rock Hotel (w/ Nine Inch Nails)
3 San Francisco, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (w/ Nine Inch Nails)
4 San Francisco, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (w/ Nine Inch Nails)
6 Los Angeles, The Echo
11 Los Angeles, Palladium (w/ Nine Inch Nails)
12 Los Angeles, Palladium (w/ Nine Inch Nails)

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