No Rome’s new single ‘Trust 3000’ is about paranoia in long-distance relationships

It's the second track to be revealed from his forthcoming new EP

No Rome has shared ‘Trust 3000’, the second track to be revealed from a forthcoming EP due for release on The 1975‘s Dirty Hit next year.

Consisting of glistening production, a slick contemporary backdrop and an earworm of a hook, the new track follows up the R&B-tinged ‘Talk Nice’, which was released last month.

Rome teams up with up-and-coming singer Dijon on the new track.

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“Dijon put his verse on when we met each other for the first time in Los Angeles,” Rome explained. “We were working on some other music and I played him this song, he just knew exactly what to do with it and I love his verse. It’s just what the track needed.”

Speaking on the song itself, the Dirty Hit signee added: “‘Trust 3000’ is all about long distance relationships, being apart from a lover and asking for trust. For some odd reason I always find ways to mess up my own shit, when far apart and in a lonely mess. So this is a song about finding that peace of mind and trust in the relationship.”

Listen to ‘Trust 3000’ below:

Earlier this summer, Rome teased some “romantic” new material as part of an upcoming mixtape. ‘Talk Nice’ and ‘Trust 3000’ are just a teaser of what’s to come as his forthcoming new project continues to evolve.

Dirty Hit recently announced details of a UK tour featuring three of its most promising rising acts including No Rome.

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The tour kicks off in Cambridge on November 26 and will take in 20 dates before culminating with a show at The Dome in London.

Full dates are below, with tickets available here.

NOVEMBER
26 – Cambridge, UK – The Portland Arms
27 – Norwich, UK – The Waterfront
28 – Brighton, UK – The Haunt
30 – Southampton, UK – The Joiners

DECEMBER
1 – Exeter, UK – The Cavern
2 – Plymouth, UK – The Junction
3 – Bournemouth, UK – The Anvil
5 – Cardiff, UK – The Globe
6 – Bristol, UK – The Louisiana
7 – Birmingham, UK – The Castle and Falcon
9 – Oxford, UK – The Bullingdon
10 – Nottingham, UK – The Bodega Social Club
11 – Stoke On Trent, UK – The Sugarmill
12 – Liverpool, UK – Arts Club
14 – Sheffield, UK – The Leadmill
15 – Leeds, UK – The Key Club
16 – Newcastle, UK – The Think Tank
17 – Glasgow – King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
18 – Manchester, UK – The Deaf Institute
20 – London, UK – The Dome

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