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These New Puritans have returned with a new single, 'Into The Fire'

They're band with their first new studio recording in five years.
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Published: 11:45 am, November 08, 2018 Photos: Harley Weir.
These New Puritans have returned with a new single, 'Into The Fire'

These New Puritans have returned with their first new studio recording in five years.

Reverting to the "original duo" of brothers Jack and George Barnett, the band have dropped a new single 'Into The Fire', which is streaming online now.

Featuring Current 93's David Tibet, and artwork that's a collaboration between George and award winning photographer and director Harley Weir, you can check it out below.

“The new music is much more primitive,” explains Jack. “We want to make our music as direct and as powerful as possible - straight to the nervous system.”

“We wanted this to be about us working together on something really pure and progressive,” adds George. “The melodies and Jack’s voice are much more important this time around.”

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