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Ultraísta have announced their first album in eight years.

Titled 'Sister', it comes alongside the record's opening track, 'Tin King'.
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Published: 5:37 pm, January 18, 2020
Ultraísta have announced their first album in eight years.

Ultraísta, the band made up of Laura Bettinson (FEMME/lau.ra), Nigel Godrich (Radiohead), and Joey Waronker (Beck, R.E.M., Atoms for Peace), have announced their first album in eight years.

Titled 'Sister', it comes alongside the record's opening track, 'Tin King'.

Speaking about the band's return, Nigel Godrich explains: "All three of us have so many transferable skills, and Ultraísta is an opportunity to do something outside what we’d normally be doing. It’s all of us wearing different hats. For me, when I’m working with another creative force my point of entry into the music is completely different. With this project it can take a lot longer because we’re able to be more self-indulgent. It’s a control freak’s dream!"

'Sister' is set to arrive on 13th March. You can check out 'Tin King' below.

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