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These New Puritans Return With New Single Into The Fire

Thursday, 08 November 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Photo: Harley Weir

These New Puritans are back.

The band, now comprising brothers Jack and George Garnett, have confirmed that the follow up to 2013’s ‘Field of Reeds’ us on the way and shared a new single called Into The Fire.

Featuring Current 93’s David Tibet, the track is a glitch-pop feast driven by a ringing piano line and a dexterous, thudding beat. It’s out on January 25 and will arrive as a 7” back with a remix.

In an interview with the Fader, George said: "The next album is a banger. Both brutal and beautiful, a record of extremes. It’s back to just me and Jack again, it’s more pure. I’ve already put a bet on us winning the Turner Prize."

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