The album will be preceded by a single in May, and is set to feature guest appearances from Jeru The Damaja and Nile Rodgers...

GROOVE ARMADA’s third album will be released in June and be preceded by an as-yet-undecided single in May, NME.COM can reveal.

The follow up to the hugely successful ‘Vertigo’ will feature vocal contributions from Jeru The Damaja, Nile Rodgers, Me’Shell Ndegeocello, and electronic singer/songwriter Tim Hutton.

A press spokesperson for the band said that although Groove Armada “will be touring this year”, it is untrue they are due to play an open-air gig on top of the Sony Building for the Miami Winter Music Conference.

The band will not be attending the conference, preferring to concentrate on getting the album finished. Live shows are yet to be confirmed.