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Metronomy are set to debut another new track, 'Walking In The Dark', tomorrow

It's the latest taster of the forthcoming 'Metronomy Forever'
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Published: 11:42 am, July 23, 2019
Metronomy are set to debut another new track, 'Walking In The Dark', tomorrow

Metronomy are set to debut another new track tomorrow.

Titled 'Walking In The Dark', the latest taster of forthcoming album 'Metronomy Forever' will premiere on Matt Wilkinson's Beats 1 show at 11am BST.

It'll arrive at the same time as a video for the track, which the band are previewing on social media. You can set an alert to be reminded over on Youtube by following the link in the tweet below.

'Walking In The Dark' will be the third track to arrive from Metronomy's new full-length, following up on the previously aired 'Lately' and 'Salted Caramel Ice Cream'.

'Metronomy Forever' is set to land on 13th September.

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