“Grace”, the new thing from IDLES

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A single that is part of the album TANGKone of the most ambitious and impressive deliveries that will see the light of day in mid-February.

On February 16, via Partisan Record british rock band IDLESwill release his new album TANGK and to make the wait less anxious, he gives us one of the singles that will be part of this delivery; the name of the song “Grace”3 minutes and 53 seconds full of harmonious rhythms, with precise timing that amplify the tension before detonating with a crescendo that fills it with life.

The song came from nothing and everything. It was an encouragement and a call to be held,” says Joe Talbot, “The only words or chants that came out of our sessions with Nigel and I needed it, really. Everything is love,” they mentioned through their social networks.

Continuing this streak of moving albums, TANGK It is considered by the band to be an ambitious and impressive album, which, as we mentioned before, you can purchase until February, but which you can pre-order here!

Give rhythm to your end of the year, “Grace” It is now on digital platforms ready to be part of your favorites. We leave you the official video of “Grace”an audiovisual game that will take you into a rhythmic experience.

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