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These New Puritans Announce New Album, Share NSFW Video for New Song “Inside the Rose”

Inside the Rose Due Out March 22 via BMG

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These New Puritans have announced a new album, Inside the Rose, and shared a NSFW video for its title track. Inside the Rose is due out March 22 via BMG. The band have also announced some tour dates. Check out the “Inside the Rose” video below, followed by the album’s tracklist and cover art, as well as the tour dates.

The British duo is made up of brothers Jack Barnett and George Barnett. The album is the band’s first new album in six years, since 2013’s Field of Reeds. It includes “Into the Fire,” a new song the band shared back in November that was one of our Songs of the Week.

Writing sessions for the album began in Essex, England in 2015, but they were completed in Berlin, Germany after they relocated there. The album was recorded in Berlin, London, and Southend-on-Sea, England. Most of the recording was done in a former Soviet broadcasting studio in Berlin’s industrial suburbs. It was mixed in Los Angeles. Harley Weir directed the “Inside the Rose” video (which features lots of artful nudity) in collaboration with George Barnett.

Jack Barnett had this to say about the album in a press release: “I want to go beyond myself and my time. That’s the art I like. Whether it’s Francis Bacon or William Blake. You fail, inevitably, but that’s the challenge.”

Inside the Rose Tracklist:

1. Infinity Vibraphones
2. Anti-Gravity
3. Beyond Black Suns
4. Inside The Rose
5. Where The Trees Are On Fire
6. Into The Fire
7. Lost Angel
8. A-R-P
9. Six

These New Puritans Tour Dates:

Tuesday 2nd April - Bi Nuu, Berlin *
Wednesday 3rd April - Knust, Hamburg *
Thursday 4th April - Rotande, Brussels *
Friday 5th April - Paradiso, Amsterdam *
Saturday 6th April - Petit Bain, Paris *
Wednesday 10th April - YES, Manchester ^
Thursday 11th April - SW3 Warehouse, Glasgow
Friday 12th April - Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds ^
Saturday 13th April - Trades Club, Hebden Bridge ^
Wednesday 17th April - The Dome, Tufnell Park, London ^
Thursday 18th April - Patterns, Brighton ^
Friday 19th April - Thekla, Bristol

* with support from Scintii
^ with support from Vessel

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