Duologue are pleased to announce the details of their new single, and the first
to be taken from the forthcoming second album, Never Get Lost.
Drag & Drop will be released on the 8th September to coincide with the release of the band’s previously announced new album.
Vocalist Tim Digby Bell: “Drag & Drop was one of the first tracks we recorded on the new album, and it’s a pretty good bridge between our debut album and the new one. The idea came from the term for moving files and it sums up how the digital age is affecting our relationships. Everything seems more and more disposable and less and less permanent.
“For all our instant connectedness, it’s strange how we can perhaps feel more alone than ever before.”
Never Get Lost was written, recorded and produced by the band themselves in London, New York and Kent. The band co-mixed the record with Ian Dowling (Jungle/Cloud Control) for the rest.
This new record finds the quintet in uncompromising form, building ambitiously on their brooding electronic sound from 2013’s ‘Song & Dance’ LP, and nurturing it into somewhere that references their broad range of influences, but finding them come together in a unique and unexpected place.
Never Get Lost is a record that best portrays Duologue – an expressive, melodic guitar band with glitchy electronica at their heart and soul. It defies categorization or genre, without being alien.
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