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The Go! Team Share Video for New Song “Gemini”

Get Up Sequences Part Two Due Out February 3 via Memphis Industries

Jan 23, 2023
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England’s The Go! Team are releasing a new album, Get Up Sequences Part Two, on February 3 via Memphis Industries. Now they have shared its fourth single, “Gemini,” via a music video. Watch it below, followed by the band’s upcoming UK tour dates.

The song is inspired by Nikki Giovanni’s poem “Ego Tripping.”

“I love the way her swagger is elevated to the supernatural and the impossible,” says The Go! Team’s Ian Parton.

Vocalist Ninja adds that the song is “a sparkling, cheeky starburst in the winter sun. Gets your neck poppin’ and hips shimmying. I’m a Libra, by the way.”

Upon announcement of the new album, The Go! Team shared its lead single, “Divebomb,” which features Detroit rapper IndigoYaj and was one of our Songs of the Week. In October the band shared the album’s second single, “Look Away, Look Away,” which featured Star Feminine Band. Then they shared the album’s third single, “Whammy O,” which was also one of our Songs of the Week.

The Go! Team’s previous album, Get Up Sequences Part One, came out last year via Memphis Industries.

The Go! Team 2023 UK Tour Dates:

03 March – Cambridge, Junction
04 March – Southampton, Engine Rooms
05 March – Margate, Dreamland
09 March – Reading, Sub 89
10 March – Newcastle, Boiler Shop
11 March – Birmingham, The Mill
12 March – Bristol, The Fleece
16 March – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
17 March – Sheffield, Leadmill
18 March – Edinburgh, Liquid Rooms
19 March – Glasgow, SWG3
25 March – Manchester, Gorilla
26 March – Leeds, Brudenell
31 March – London, Lafayette
01 April – Brighton, Chalk

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