Four Tet set to release epic mini-album

The electro-folk artist reveals more about other projects

Four Tet set to release epic mini-album
Four Tet, the electronic project of Fridge member Kieran Hebden, is set to release mini-album 'Ringer' on April 21.

The release contains only four tracks, although two of these are nearly ten minutes long each.

The tracklisting for ‘Ringer’ is:

'Ringer'
'Ribbons'
'Swimmer'
'Wing Body Wing'


Hebden has recently returned from New York, where he has recorded a collaboration with jazz drummer Steve Reid, the duo’s follow-up to last year’s 'Tongues'.

Four Tet is also set to DJ in Leeds this month - with more to be announced - as well as performing at London’s IndigO2 in April.

The DJ and live dates are:

Leeds Wire (DJ set) (March 14)
Tokyo Womb (DJ set) (28)
London IndigO2 (April 24)
Minehead ATP Festival (May 17)


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