New album 'Chaosmosis' will also feature Haim
Ferreira and the band recently teamed up on the track, which will feature on the group’s upcoming album ‘Chaosmosis’, with its glitzy accompanying clip now unveiled. Scroll below to watch.
‘Chaosmosis’ will be released on March 18 through the band’s own First International label as well as Ignition Records. The album is the follow up to 2013’s ‘More Light.’
‘Where The Light Gets In’ was produced by the band’s Bobby Gillespie and Andrew Innes, plus Peter Bjorn and John’s Bjorn Yttling.
Watch the video for ‘Where The Light Gets In’ beneath.
Ferreira has about working with the band previously, saying: “The reason I like working with them is because there’s absolutely no pressure. It’s nice to walk in somewhere and they’re not like, ‘Okay, your label is harassing me about this and that.’ I set it up without anyone else involved, so we just sit and write in a room and there’s no pressure.”
“It’s also just really cool talking to [Bobby Gillespie]! Jesus and Mary Chain [Gillespie’s former band] is one of my favourite bands ever, so at first I was a little nervous. It’s really nice to meet with someone and not be disappointed by it, to have them meet every expectation.”
The full tracklisting for ‘Chaosmosis’ is as follows:
‘Trippin’ On Your Love’
‘(Feeling Like A) Demon Again’
‘I Can Change’
‘100% Or Nothing’
‘Where The Light Gets In’
‘When The Blackout Meets The Fallout’
‘Carnival Of Fools’
‘Autumn In Paradise’
Primal Scream have also announced four headline shows to accompany the new album and head of summer festival dates. The band will play Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom on March 29 before taking in Glasgow’s ABC, London’s Palladium and Manchester’s Albert Hall.
Primal Scream play:
Aberdeen, Beach Ballroom (March 29)
Glasgow, ABC (30)
London, Palladium (April 1)
Manchester, Albert Hall (2)
Common People, Southampton Common, Southampton (May 28)
Common People, South Park, Oxford (29)
Secret Garden Party, Mill Hill Fields, Huntingdon (July 24)
Down To The Woods, Sedgefield, near Durham (August 13)