February 20, 2012 20:56

Santigold posts brand new song 'Disparate Youth' online

It's the second song to be taken from her forthcoming album 'Master Of My Make-Believe'

Santigold posts brand new song 'Disparate Youth' online

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Santigold has debuted a brand new song, 'Disparate Youth', online. Scroll down and click to listen to the song.

The track is the second to be taken from her forthcoming new album, 'Master Of My Make-Believe', reports Disco Naivete, following the unveiling of the song 'Big Mouth', produced by Switch and Buraka Som Sistema. The song will be released as part of a five track EP on April 8, and feature remixes from Switch and The 2 Bears.

Speaking to V Magazine, Santigold recently explained that she has worked with Greg Kurstin, Dave Sitek and Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs on the record. Of the album title, Santigold also said: "My record is called 'Master of My Make-Believe' because I want it to be about creating your own reality."

'Master Of My Make-Believe' will be her first album under the name Santigold, having called herself Santogold during the promotion of her debut album, which came out in 2008.



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