Crystal Castles unveil new rave-inspired track - listen

The track debuted at Manchester’s Parklife festival on Saturday (June 9)

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Crystal Castles have debuted a new track at Manchester’s Parklife festival. You can watch fan footage of the performance below.

The track, which has a clear 90s rave influence, is likely to have come from one of the band’s writing sessions for their new album in Warsaw.

The track opened the set at their UK comeback show in Manchester this weekend, where they also played a cover of '80s Canadian new wavers Platinum Blonde’s ‘Not In Love’. The band are also set to play this Lovebox festival in London’s Victoria Park tonight (June 15).

While there is no official release date for the new album, the follow up to 2010’s ‘II’ is expected to be released later this year.

Crystal Castles will also play the Reading and Leeds festivals later this summer.

You can watch fan-filmed footage of the new track below:


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