ROYKSOPP FIND NEW 'UNDERSTANDING'

The Norwegian duo will release ‘The Understanding’ on June 27...

ROYKSOPP FIND NEW 'UNDERSTANDING'
Royksopp have confirmed details of their new album.

The Norwegian duo will release ‘The Understanding’ on June 27 via Wall Of Sound.

The album is the follow-up to 2001’s ‘Melody AM’.

The album was recorded in Bergen, and many of the songs feature vocals from the band themselves.

The tracklisting runs: ‘Triumphant’
‘Only This Moment’
‘49 Percent’
‘Boys’
‘Follow My Ruin’
‘Beautiful Day’
‘What Else Is There?’
‘Circuit Breaker’
‘Alpha Male’
‘Someone Like You’
‘Dead To The World’

The first single from the record will be ‘Only This Moment’, which is out on June 13.

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