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Temples have shared a new track from their upcoming full-length

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Published: 4:02 pm, August 05, 2019
Temples have shared a new track from their upcoming full-length

Temples have shared a new track from their upcoming full-length.

‘You’re Either On Something’ is the latest cut from ‘Hot Motion’, the trio’s third album, due for release via ATO Records on 27th September.

Talking about the track, James Bagshaw of the band said: “I’m really proud of You’re Either On Something lyrically because I feel deeply connected with the words – they’re so truthful. On that track, I can hear influences of stuff that I listened to when I was growing up. There’s almost a nostalgia to that track, even though it’s very forward-looking.”

They’ll tour the UK in support of the release towards the end of the year, with nights in Brighton (2nd December), Newcastle (4th), Nottingham (6th), Southampton (7th) and London (8th).

Check out ‘You’re Either On Something’ below.

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