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The Amazons have announced their brand new album 'Future Dust', dropped a new track 'Doubt It'

The band's second full-length is set to arrive on 24th May 2019.
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Published: 7:31 pm, April 08, 2019 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
The Amazons have announced their brand new album 'Future Dust', dropped a new track 'Doubt It'

The Amazons have announced their brand new album 'Future Dust'.

The band's second full-length is set to drop on 24th May via Fiction, and have previewed it with another new track, 'Doubt It'.

Lead singer Matthew Thomson explains: “Doubt It is about being on the edge of making a potentially stupid decision due to lust-induced blindness. It addresses the lingering doubts, the residue of morals and succumbing to the temptations.”

The track debuted as Hottest Record on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show this evening (8th April), and you can check it out below.

It follows up on the first track from the record, 'Mother', which arrived earlier this year.

Speaking to Dork about 'Future Dust' for our new 2019 Festival Guide, Thomson reveals: "The first record felt like the end of something, but this album felt like something we needed to get over.

"It’s the start of a journey in terms of the band and us creatively, as a four piece and individually. We had to push through and set the direction of what we wanted to do. It feels like a beginning."

You can read more about 'Future Dust' here.

The Amazons are set to play a summer of festivals, kicking off at Brighton's Great Escape on 11th May. They'll also play a hometown show at Reading University on 27th May.

Their upcoming live plans read:

May
11 The Great Escape, Brighton, UK
25 Radio 1's Big Weekend, Middlesbrough, UK
26 Neighbourhood Weekender, Warrington, UK
27 Reading University, Reading, UK

June
6 MTV Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
30 Community Festival, London, UK

July
14 TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow, UK
23 Reading & Leeds, UK

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Future Dust 24th May Available to pre-order now Get early access to our hometown show at Reading Student's Union on 27th May when you pre-order 'Future Dust' via our official store before Monday 15th April. Listen to 'Doubt It' now - the latest track from our brand new album ‘Future Dust’

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The tracklisting for 'Future Dust' reads:

Mother
Fuzzy Tree
25
The Mire
Doubt It
All Over Town
End Of Wonder
Dark Visions
25 (Reprise)
Warning Sign
Georgia

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