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Mogwai Announce New Album, Share New Song “Dry Fantasy”

As the Love Continues Due Out February 19, 2021 via Temporary Residence Inc.

Oct 30, 2020 Mogwai
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Scotland’s Mogwai have announced a new album, As the Love Continues, and shared its first single, “Dry Fantasy,” via an animated video for it. As the Love Continues is due out February 19, 2021 via Temporary Residence Inc. Check out “Dry Fantasy” below, followed by the album’s tracklist and cover art.

As the Love Continues is the follow-up to 2017’s Every Country’s Sun. Dave Fridmann produced the album, which features Atticus Ross (on “Midnight Flit”) and Colin Stetson (on “Pat Stains”). The album was recorded earlier this year and was originally supposed to be recorded in America, but the pandemic adjusted those plans, with the band recording in the UK and Fridmann producing remotely.

Even though Mogwai won’t be able to tour the album anytime soon and travel is limited due to the pandemic, in a press release the band’s Stuart Braithwaite says he hopes the music will transport listeners to a different place, “unless you are somewhere really amazing and then why are you listening to some weird music like this?”

Read our interview with Mogwai on Every Country’s Sun.

Read our 2014 interview with Stuart Braithwaite on Mogwai’s Rave Tapes album, as well as our retrospective article on the band’s 2001 album Rock Action.

As the Love Continues Tracklist:

1. To The Bin My Friend, Tonight We Vacate Earth
2. Here We, Here We, Here We Go Forever
3. Dry Fantasy
4. Ritchie Sacramento
5. Drive the Nail
6. Fuck Off Money
7. Ceiling Granny
8. Midnight Flit
9. Pat Stains
10. Supposedly, We Were Nightmares
11. It’s What I Want to Do, Mum

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