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April 2020
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Idles are teasing something for next week

Whatever it is is due next Monday (24th June).
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Published: 10:11 am, June 21, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Idles are teasing something for next week

Idles are teasing something for next week.

The band have posted a kinda enigmatic in-so-much-as-it-doesn't-hint-as-to-what-it-is-about video, which provides a date of Monday, 24th June and a time of 9:30am BST.

There's also the promise 'It's coming'. Oo-er.

We know Idles have been working on a third album. Earlier this year they debuted a new track 'Mercedes Marxist', which is set to be released in August as part of a 7" single with another new track, 'I Dream Guillotine'.

We've yet to hear that second fresh cut - but with so much potentially on the table, we'll have to wait til Monday to find out what is going on.

You can check out the teaser video below.

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