Darkside reveal two new songs and announce band is 'coming to an end'

Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harington will play final show in New York in September

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Darkside, a joint project involving Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harington, have announced their decision to go on an indefinite hiatus.

The duo released one album together, 2013 release 'Psychic', and announced the news yesterday along with two final tracks. Scroll down to stream 'Gone Too Soon' and 'What They Say' now.

Tweets from the official Darkside Twitter account state, "Darkside is coming to an end, for now. Thanks for listening and supporting us this year."

Darkside will play their final show on September 12 at Brooklyn’s Masonic Temple. They were scheduled to perform in London last weekend (August 16) as part of the cancelled Jabberwocky festival.

'Gone Too Soon' and 'What They Say' both feature on 'Work', the new compilation album from Nicolas Jaar's subscription-based Other People label. The album will be released on September 29 and also features new music by Jaar.

'Work' tracklist:

Nicolas Jaar – 'The President's Answering Machine'
Soul Keita – 'Freedom'
Dave Harrington ft. Tamara – 'Things Behind The Sun'
Visuals – 'A Pixel'
Darkside – 'What They Say'
Ancient Astronaut vs. Powell – 'SSCS (Powell's 'Lift Off' Mix)'
Darkside – 'Gone Too Soon'
Ancient Astronaut vs. Jelinek – 'B2 (Jelinek Remix)'
Dave Harrington – 'Form And Affect'
Ancient Astronaut vs. Francis Harris & Gabriel Hedrick – 'B2 (Dub)'
Nicolas Jaar – 'The Boy Who Asked Too Much'
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