The eagerly-anticipated LP will be preceded by a single...
Underworld‘s much-anticipated live album will be called ‘EVERYTHING EVERYTHING’ and will be released through JBO/V2 on September 4, nme.com can reveal.
The eight tracks were recorded at a number of locations over the last two years, including the Fuji Festival in Japan, Coachella in Palm Springs, California, plus Glastonbury and V98.
‘Everything Everything’, the first release from Underworld since Darren Emerson left earlier this year, will be preceded by a John Digweed mix of ‘Cowgirl’ on August 21.
The single release will come just after Underworld‘s first major UK dates without Emerson at V2000 on August 19 in Chelmsford and August 20 in Staffordshire.
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To read the full tracklisting of the album, and find ou more about their performance at the tenth birthday celebrations of Junior Boys Own, which also featured new material from Regular Fries, see this week’s NME, in the shops throughout the UK today (July 5).