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Pendulum Will Be Releasing Their First New Music In Ten Years THIS WEEK

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 15 September 2020 at 12.35

Where has the time gone?!?

Somehow it has been ten years since Pendulum released their last full-length album 'Immersion'.

And this coming Thursday (September 17) the band will be releasing their first new music since then. 

It will come in the form of a Double A-side ‘Nothing For Free/ Driver’ which Rob Swire has described like this:

"We’ve been working on some new tracks for a while now and it’s great to finally get them out. We’d been playing exclusive previews of some of the new music at shows in Australia and New Zealand before lockdown, and we’ve been making tweaks along the way to make sure they’re right.”

The artwork for the release looks a little bit like this:

The release coincides with the roll-out of the band's new Trinity production which finds Rob joining forces with other original members Gareth McGrillen and Paul Harding. 

“Trinity just seemed like the perfect touring model for us right now, it gives us the freedom to test out our new music on the road like we did in the early days, whilst still being able to headline the biggest events and bring a huge, bespoke new show to our audiences.” 

Well until the release of these new tracks, let's have a listen to some Pendulum classics.


'Propane Nightmares':

And of course 'Blood Sugar':

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