The Avalanches have released ‘We Will Always Love You’, a new tune presenting Blood Orange. Listen to it below.
The Australian group premiered the music today (February 20) at 8.10 am GMT. It’s their first launch given that their 2018 ‘Because I’m Me’ remixes EP.
Blood Orange (actual call Dev Hynes) sings at the two-minute track, which samples Smokey Robinson and The Roches. Stream it below.
In an announcement published quickly after the music’s release, the band gave extra context approximately the tune and their new document. Telling us our theme has been there; through darkish times, loneliness, loss. There are not any phrases to specific how moving or profound this reference to you is.
“Because the tune became born out of such moments itself, and so it is felt, with the aid of those with open hearts, at the identical wavelength is first created. Morse Code beamed and obtained by way of hearts and hearts alike. ”They added, “Our new record is ready such journeys, from darkness to light. About life after (a wide variety of) death. About the transcendent nature of the track itself.” Read the overall declaration below:
Gosh darn, without being aware Australian darlings The Avalanches are again in a prominent manner pronouncing a new track, as well as the unique featured visitor from what we’re hoping, is another stellar album launch.
The track “We Will Always Love You” will characteristic English singer, songwriter and producer Dev Hynes, extra commonly known as Blood Orange, who has had a wild couple of years releasing his extraordinary productions however additionally helping out friends inclusive of FKA Twigs, Solange, Mac Miller, The Chemical Brothers (take a look at out a current remix via The Avalanches of them here) and extra.
Artwork sensible we’re getting some friendly sci-fi vibes with masses of red neon and darkness intertwined with gold font and shooting stars! The updates to The Avalanches’ social media comes hot at the heels of cryptic billboards and photographs of cosmic new artwork around Australia closing week (February 11).
The page, which The Avalanches’ official website also redirects to, functions a video with an audio clip of morse code that spells out the group’s name. A release date for the potential new cloth has yet to be confirmed.