MGMT promise to return in 2017

The duo will be back to "re-dominate your mind-hole"

MGMT have promised that they will return with new music in 2017.

The band, led by duo Andrew VanWyngarden and Benjamin Goldwasser, haven’t released an album since 2013’s ‘MGMT’, which followed their first two records ‘Oracular Spectacular’ (2007) and ‘Congratulations’ (2010).

It had been thought that MGMT would release new music this year after their official Twitter account declared on Christmas Day 2015 that “2016 is the year MGMT re-dominates your mind hole.”
However, in a new tweet posted last night (September 26), it would appear that the band have had to reschedule their plans for dominance.


“Meant to say MGMT re-dominates your mind hole in *2017”, read the tweet, which you can read, along with three other tweets pertaining to their return, below.


Back in May, Mac DeMarco responded to rumours that he would be collaborating with MGMT in the near future.

“[VanWyngarden] lives in the same neighbourhood as me, so we’re homies,” he told Spin. “I don’t know, maybe I should leave it as a mystery. I’m not recording on any MGMT albums, just my own record, but who knows?”


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