Mount Kimbie Announce New Album, Share Song

Mount Kimbie announce tour, share track

After announcing a string of live shows for the summer with Holy Other, Mount Kimbie now confirm details of their eagerly awaited sophomore album. Recorded in their South London studio, Cold Spring Fault Less Youth will be released on May 28th via Warp Records. Hear “Made to Stray”:

Since 2009, Dominic Maker and his partner in Mount Kimbie, Kai Campos, have played a central role in forging a new form for electronic music. Their influence stretches far beyond the tiny corner of the dance music underground that birthed them. They have repeatedly confounded expectations, transforming themselves from bedroom-studio producers to creators of one of the most fully realised electronic album-length statements of recent years and refining their live show to incorporate a drummer. With their second album, Cold Spring Fault Less Youth, finally completed, the perception of Mount Kimbie looks set to expand again.

The new record also features two collaborations with the enigmatic artist King Krule who lends his distinctive, discontented vocals to “You Took You Time” and “Meter, Pale, Tone.” Having been friends and mutual fans of each other for some time, the collaboration between Mount Kimbie and King Krule came about naturally and they intend to work together again.

Cold Spring Fault Less Youth
(May 28th, Warp Records)

1. Home Recording
2. You Took Your Time (feat. King Krule)
3. Break Well
4. Blood and Form
5. Made To Stray
6. So Many Times, So Many Ways
7. Lie Near
8. Meter, Pale, Tone (feat. King Krule)
9. Slow
10. Sullen Ground
11. Fall Out

 2nd May – Certain People @ Berghain, Berlin, DE
4th May – Sound City Festival, Liverpool
5th May – Night + Day Festival, Lisbon, Portugal (with the xx)
10th May – Poolbar mit Pratersauna, Vienna, AT
11th May – Imagine Festival @ Kaserne, Basel, CH
18th May – Night + Day Festival, Berlin, DE (with the xx)
24th May – London Calling @ Paradiso, Amsterdam, NL
25th May – Field Day Festival, London
30th May – Bowery Ballroom, New York, USA #
31st May – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, USA #
1st June – Black Cat, Washington, USA #
2nd June – The Sinclair, Cambridge, USA #
4th June – SAT, Montreal, Canada #
5th June – The Hoxton, Toronto, Canada #
7th June – Magic Stick, Detroit, USA #
8th June – Lincoln, Chicago, USA #
9th June – Turner Hall Ballroom, Milwaukee, USA #
10th June – Fine Line Music Cafe, Minneapolis, USA #
13th June – Fortune Sound Club, Vancouver, USA #
14th June – Neumos, Seattle, USA #
15th June – Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, USA #
17th June – The Independent, San Francisco, USA #
18th June – Echoplex, Los Angeles, USA #
23rd June – Night + Day Festival, Osterley Park, London (with the xx)

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