Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs announces full details of debut album 'Trouble'

Orlando Higginbottom will release his first full-length offering in June

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs announces full details of debut album 'Trouble'

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Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs has announced full details of his debut studio album 'Trouble'.

The electro producer, whose real name is Orlando Higginbottom, will release his first full-length offering on June 11 via Polydor. It contains a total of 14 tracks, including previous singles 'Trouble', 'You Need Me On My Own', 'Tapes & Money' and 'Garden'.

Speaking about the album, Higginbottom said: "I hoped to make a record that felt free from the frequent short-lived trends in dance music, and that made sense to a dancer and a listener. I feel like I’ve been working on this debut album for ages and now I can’t wait to get it out there."

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs will play a large number of this summer's festivals, including Parklife Weekender, Bestival, RockNess and Benicassim.

You can watch the video for Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs' single 'Garden' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The tracklisting for 'Trouble' is as follows:

'Promises'
'Trouble'
'Shimmer'
'Household Goods'
'Your Love'
'You Need Me On My Own'
'Panpipes'
'Garden'
'Solo'
'Tapes & Money'
'American Dream Part II'
'Closer'
'Fair'
'Stronger'

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Video: Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs- 'Garden'

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