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Mount Kimbie Confirm Autumn Release For New LP 'Love What Survives', Share King Krule Collaboration

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Mount Kimbie will release a new album later this year.

'Love What Survives', the follow up to 2013's 'Cold Spring Fault Less Youth', is due to arrive on September 8 through Warp Records. In a Facebook post, the band said:

"It's been a fascinating process that has changed us as a band and we're feeling great about how it's come together. Can't wait to share our third album with you.

Thanks for listening."

Listen to Blue Train Lines, on which they collaborated with King Krule, below.

Dominic Maker and Kai Campos will support the new record with a European tour, which will include UK stops in Liverpool, at the Invisible Wind Factory as part of Liverpool Music Week, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, Bristol and London. 

Mount Kimbie Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Fri October 27 2017 - LIVERPOOL Invisible Wind Factory
Sat October 28 2017 - MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
Mon October 30 2017 - GLASGOW Art School
Wed November 01 2017 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute2
Thu November 02 2017 - BRISTOL Motion
Fri November 03 2017 - LONDON Roundhouse

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