primalscream_wtlgi_rgb_1500Primal Scream have announced a new single :  ‘Where The Light Gets In’

 

Primal Scream release their 11th studio album, ‘Chaosmosis’ March 18th on the band’s own First International label through Ignition Records. Recorded in London, New York and Stockholm, and written and produced by Bobby Gillespie and Andrew Innes, ‘Chaosmosis’ is the freshest sounding album the band have ever made.

The 10 songs that make up ‘Chaosmosis’ are by turns angry and euphoric, personal and political, sounding like the distillation of so much that has come before plus a shot into the future.

The exhilarating first single ‘Where The Light Gets In’ (produced by Bobby, Andrew and Bjorn Yttling) features a duet with Sky Ferreira. Other guests on the album include Haim on backing vocals, good friends of the band since playing with them at Glastonbury two summers ago and Rachel Zeffira from Cat’s Eyes.

Bobby Gillespie says: “we work more like artists than a rock band jamming with a whole band to write songs is not our way”.

Primal Scream play 4 intimate must see shows this spring before a series of headline summer festival dates.

March

Tues 29th ABERDEEN, Beach Ballroom

Wed 30th GLASGOW, ABC

April

Fri 1st LONDON, Palladium

Sat 2nd MANCHESTER, Albert Hall 

May

Sat 28th Common People 2016, Southampton Common, Southampton

Sun 29th Common People 2016, South Park, Oxford

July

Sun 24th Secret Garden Party, Mill Hill Fields, Huntingdon

August

Sat 13th Down To The Woods, Sedgefield, Near Durham

Chaosmosis Tracklisting:

  1. Trippin’ On Your Love
  2. (Feeling Like A) Demon Again
  3. I Can Change
  4. 100% Or Nothing
  5. Private Wars
  6. Where The Light Gets In
  7. When The Blackout Meets The Fallout
  8. Carnival Of Fools
  9. Golden Rope
  10. Autumn In Paradise

 

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  1. Can anyone translate this?

    Bobby Gillespie says: “we work more like artists than a rock band jamming with a whole band to write songs is not our way”.

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