Underworld announce free download track 'Scribble' Underworld Tickets

Dance duo make their return after almost three years

Underworld announce free download track 'Scribble'
Underworld have made a new track available as a free download.

The duo are inviting fans to download 'Scribble', their first material in almost three years, from their official site Underworldlive.com.

The track, which saw Karl Hyde and Rick Smith team up with drum'n'bass producer High Contrast, is taken from their forthcoming as-yet-untitled sixth album, due for release in the summer.

It is available as a free MP3 download or to buy in high quality, before it is released as a single on June 21. The single will also feature a remix by Netsky.


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