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Metronomy have dropped their latest new track, 'Walking In The Dark'

It's the third taster of new album 'Metronomy Forever', set for release on 13th September.
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Published: 11:16 am, July 24, 2019
Metronomy have dropped their latest new track, 'Walking In The Dark'

Metronomy have dropped their promised new track, 'Walking In The Dark'.

Premiered on Matt Wilkinson's Beats 1 show, it comes alongside a brand new video, which you can check out below.

Band leader Joe Mount explains: “The ‘Walking In The Dark’ video is the age old tale of the guru and the fisherman set against a green screen backdrop. Clara is someone I became aware of through a collaboration between ourselves and Central St Martins college in London a few years ago. Her style is completely unique and something I was desperate to make part of the video. The song is one of my favourites from the new record and gives a wonderful taste of how eclectic the album is.”

Interestingly, a press release reveals the song is based around a pre-set rhythm that was found on the keyboard used in the video to 2011's 'The Look'.

It's the latest taster of the forthcoming 'Metronomy Forever'. The band's latest album will arrive on 13th September, and has already been previewed by 'Lately' and 'Salted Caramel Ice Cream'.

Metronomy hit the UK and Europe for a new run of tour dates this October and November. You can catch them at:

OCTOBER
9th - France, Bordeaux, Rocher de Palmer
10th - France, Nantes, Stereolux (SOLD OUT)
11th - France, Lyon, Amphitheatre 3
12th - France, Toulouse, Le Bikini
15th - France, Paris, Olympia (SOLD OUT)
16th - France, Paris, Olympia (JUST ADDED)
18th - France, Nancy, Jazz Pulsations
19th - Belgium, Antwerp, De Roma
21st - Germany, Munich, Tonhalle
22nd - Germany, Cologne, Carlswerk
23rd - Germany, Hamburg, Docks
24th - Germany, Berlin, Columbiahalle
26th - Germany, Offenbach am Main, Capitol
28th - The Netherlands, Amsterdam, Melkweg
29th - Denmark, Copenhagen, Vega
31st - Sweden, Stockholm, Kraken

NOVEMBER
6th - UK, Southampton, Guildhall
7th - UK, London, The Roundhouse (JUST ADDED)
8th - UK, London, The Roundhouse (SOLD OUT)
9th - UK, Manchester, Academy
11th - UK, Leeds, 02 Academy
13th - UK, Glasgow, SWG3
14th - UK, Bristol, O2 Academy
15th - UK, Nottingham, Rock City
16th - UK, Birmingham, The O2 Institute

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