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The first single from Grimes' 'Miss Anthropocene' is coming next month

Friday, September 13th, to be exact.
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Published: 10:35 am, August 14, 2019Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
The first single from Grimes' 'Miss Anthropocene' is coming next month

Grimes has revealed we're getting a new track 'soon'.

Posting a teaser-slash-ad for her Adidas 'collab' with Stella McCartney, she's announced the first single from her forthcoming album 'Miss Anthropocene' will be with us on 13th September. That's a New Music Friday, in case you were wondering.

It follows up on the demo version of a new track 'Pretty Dark' and last year's bangerrific single 'We Appreciate Power', as the multi-faceted artist moves towards the release of a new project described as "a concept album about the anthropomorphic goddess of climate change".

You can check out the new video below.

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