TNGHT hiatus confirmed by label

Lucky Me say the project is being ‘wrapped up for the time being’

TNGHT hiatus confirmed by label

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TNGHT have gone on hiatus, it has been confirmed by their record label.

The hip-hop production duo, consisting of Hudson Mohawke and Lunice, uploaded a new video to YouTube last week which contained little music, flashing images and ended with the band saying goodbye to a crowd at a recorded live show. The video’s description read: “Until Next We Meet”. You can watch the video below.

The duo’s official Facebook page also changed, with their moon logo currently clouded over and their cover photo captioned: “Until Next Time”. Their label also tweeted a link to Optimus Prime’s death scene in Transformers and wrote: “Do Not Grieve…”

Many speculated that this meant that TNGHT had split up and finished for good, but FACT contacted their label, Lucky Me, who confirmed that the duo were going on hiatus and that the “project is being wrapped up for the time being so that both members can focus on their solo albums.”

TNGHT released one self-titled EP in 2012, and a single, titled 'Acrylics', last April (2013).

Meanwhile, Hudson Mohawke has shared a new song, 'Structures', which you can listen to here. The Glaswegian producer treated fans to the previously unreleased track as part of record label Lucky Me's advent calendar. Tracks from fellow producers Rustie and Lunice have also been made available as part of the festive project.

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