It all got a bit out of hand last week with regards to this track. First it appeared online, only to be promptly removed and then re-upped numerous times. We've all seen it happen a thousand plus times and I understand that artists want us to hear tracks in the quality they intended them to be heard. At the same time though, as fans, we always want everything right fucking now so we we can understand why we all get a little over zealous and rip radio premieres etc. So, what's the track in question? The Knife's "Full of Fire", our first taste of what's to come from their upcoming long-player, Shaking the Habitual. The track is a glitch filled 9 minute romp that's been paired up with a cinematic visual from Marit Østberg. Chances are you're still thawing out from the bitterly cold weekend so why not shake off the remaining frost, stop what you're currently doing, take ten minutes from your day and hit play above.
The new album from The Knife is set to hit shelves until the 8th of April 8th in the UK/Europe and the following day in North America via Brille/Mute Records.