Duran Duran have introduced their first album in six years, ‘Future Previous’.
Simon Le Bon and co have returned with their first new music since their 2015 LP ‘Paper Gods’, ‘Invisible’, the primary monitor taken from their upcoming studio effort, which options the likes of Blur’s Graham Coxon and Lykke Li.
On their official retailer, the ‘Wild Boys’ hitmakers – who’re set to offer the monitor its dwell debut on the Billboard Music Awards on Might 23 – have teased that the 12-track assortment “options particular friends Graham Coxon of Blur on guitar, Mike Garson from David Bowie’s band on piano, and visitor vocals from Lykke Li, with extra thrilling collaborations to be introduced.”
The group has labored with studio wizards Giorgio Moroder, Mark Ronson and Erol Alkan on the brand new tunes, which suggests followers can count on music to bop to as they’re from the dance scene.
Simon appeared on BBC Radio 2’s ‘The Zoe Ball Breakfast Present’ on Wednesday morning (19.05.21) and defined that they did not really feel it was the suitable time to launch a “celebration tune” because of the international pandemic, however teased that followers can count on one on the report.
He stated: “We have not determined what order they’re in but and we have not completed a few of them but.
“However there may be some actually good music on there.”
He added: “‘Invisible’ is a good way to begin, I feel, as a result of it is not a celebration tune. We did not really feel it was proper nowadays to come back out with a celebration banger as a result of we’re nonetheless in these arduous instances, and I feel ‘Invisible’ is the correct opener for us – however we have got the celebration banger coming.”
A full track-listing might be confirmed in the end.
‘Future Previous’ is launched on October 22.