Mount Kimbie share final single + video from forthcoming album, ‘Love What Survives’

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Mount KimbieNext Friday, Mount Kimbie will release their first album in four years, ‘Love What Survives,’ via WarpJust ahead of release, they’ve shared a new track “Delta,” with a video directed by long-term collaborator Frank Lebon. The frenetic visual explores identity via a love story set around a bank robbery. Frank says: “We follow Milson Pulse on 21/05/17; the day he is convinced to plan and take part in a robbery lead by his girlfriend. It is also the day Milson goes missing.

On a journey through his fragile mind Milson experiences chameleonic spasms during the stress he is under.

I like to believe that Milson Pulse came to the conclusion a change is as good as a rest”.”

Watch the video for Delta via YouTube below.

Mount Kimbie album cover‘Love What Survives’ tracklisting 

  1. Four Years and One Day
  2. Blue Train Lines (feat. King Krule)
  3. Audition
  4. Marilyn (feat. Micachu)
  5. SP12 Beat
  6. You Look Certain (I’m Not So Sure) (feat. Andrea Balency)
  7. Poison
  8. We Go Home Together (feat. James Blake)
  9. Delta
  10. T.A.M.E.D
  11. How We Got By (feat. James Blake)

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To coincide with the release, the duo take their new live set on tour throughout the autumn, including their biggest London headline show to date at Roundhouse in November.

‘Love What Survives’ is the product of three years of intense creative development, continually honed by the duo writing and rewriting their ideas to form something wholly idiosyncratic and personal. It brings together the voices of their close friends and collaborators – who together represent a corner of the UK’s young artistic talent – James Blake, Micachu and King Krule, within the immersive, unique atmosphere of a Mount Kimbie album. Mount Kimbie have also released three videos for various album tracks artistically directed by the Lebon family. This includes “Marilyn,” “We Go Home Together,” and “Blue Train Lines.”

EU/UK tour dates

10/27 – Liverpool Music Week, Liverpool, UK

10/28 –  Ritz, Manchester, UK

10/30 –  Glasgow Art School, UK

11/01 – The Institute, Birmingham, UK

11/02 – Motion, Bristol, UK

11/03 – Roundhouse, London, UK

11/04 – AB, Brussels, Belgium

11/05 –  Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands

11/07 –  Parkteatret, Oslo, Norway

11/08 – Kagelbanan, Stockholm, Sweden

11/09 –  Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark

11/10 – Astra, Berlin, Germany

11/11 – Niebo, Warsaw, Poland

11/12 –  Kwadrat, Krakow, Poland

11/14 – Meet Factory, Prague, Czech Republic

11/15 –  Flex, Vienna, Austria

11/16 –  Muffathalle, Munich, Germany

11/17 –  Mascotte, Zurich, Switzerland

11/8 –  Magnolia, Milan, Italy

11/19 – Cabaret Aléatoire, Marseille, France

11/21 – Rockstore, Montpellier, France

11/22 – Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain

11/23 – Joy Eslava, Madrid, Spain

11/24 – Atabal, Biarritz, France

11/25 –  Le Trianon, Paris, France

11/27 – The Kantine, Cologne, Germany

11/28 –  Grand Mix, Lille, France