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Mint Field Share Quiero Otoño De Nuevo Video

Monday, 29 January 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Mint Field have shared a new track, Quiero Otoño de Nuevo.

The track will appear on the Tijuana-based psychedelic duo's upcoming debut LP, 'Pasar De Las Luces', which is out on February 23 via Innovative Leisure. Speaking about the new single, Estrella Sanchez and Amor Amezcua said:

"This was a song we wrote on the studio, we had the principal idea, we had the lyrics but we didn’t have the song finished and ready to record. We put everything together in the studio, was a beautiful and fun process. Our producer, Chris, heard us and he told me, 'We have to record this song and I'll make sure it  sounds just like your t-shirt!', I was wearing a New! shirt. This track is about the horizon, shadows and how infinite they are."

 Check out the record's cover art, tracklist and stream the new song, below.

'Pasar De Las Luces'

1. El Parque Parecía No Tener Fin
2. Ojos En El Carro
3. Ciudad Satélite
4. Temporada de Jacarandas
5. Quiero Otoño de Nuevo
6. Cambinos Del Pasar
7. Viceversa
8. Nostalgia
9. Boötes Void
10. Nada Es Estático Y Evoluciona
11. Club De Chicas
12. Para Gali
13. Párpados Morados

The duo will accompany the album's release with shows in Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester and London as part of a wider European tour.

Mint Field Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon February 26 2018 - LEEDS Headrow House
Tue February 27 2018 - GLASGOW Broadcast
Wed February 28 2018 - MANCHESTER Eagle Inn
Thu March 01 2018 - LONDON Shacklewell Arms

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