Pendulum – one of the most successful drum & bass bands of all time – will be releasing their new ‘Elemental’ EP this June 17th. Also set for release on June 17th is the final single to come from the EP, ‘Louder Than Words’, a collaboration with the duo Hybrid Minds.
The ‘Elemental’ EP will consist of four tracks, and is their first body of work to be released since 2011’s #1 smash hit album ‘Immersion’. The EP will also be available on 12” vinyl in the form of a premium phenakistoscope picture disc, which utilises the artwork to create a unique animation when played at 45 rpm and filmed on a mobile phone.
This long-awaited release heralds the full comeback of the groundbreaking band, who previously released the double A-side singles ‘Nothing For Free’ & ‘Driver’ in 2020, followed by the single ‘Come Alive’ earlier this year – all of which will feature on the ‘Elemental’ EP.
Watch Pendulum’s Elemental EP teaser video – BELOW:
Full tracklisting for Pendulum’s ‘Elemental’ EP below:
Nothing For Free
Louder Than Words (with Hybrid Minds)
Both as a live band and DJ outfit ‘Trinity’, Pendulum have headlined some of the biggest venues and festival stages across the globe – including recently performing a one-off, historic show at Spitbank Fort, a centuries-old sea fort in the Solent, near Portsmouth.
Pendulum Trinity 2021 live dates as follows:
August 13th – Drumsheds, London, UK
August 21st – Lowlands Festival, Biddinghuizen, Netherlands
August 22nd – Pukkelpop, Hasselt, Belgium
August 29th – Creamfields, Halton, UK
September 11th – Parklife Festival, Manchester, UK
September 12th – We Are FSTVL, Essex, UK
September 17th – Titan Weekender, Cardiff, UK
Pendulum are undoubtedly one of the biggest electronic bands of all time. With 3 platinum albums to their name including renowned debut ‘Hold Your Colour’ and a UK #1 and #2 for ‘Immersion’ and ‘In Silico’ respectively, the drum and bass / rock band from Perth, Australia have sold over a million albums in the UK alone. Led by founding members Rob Swire & Gareth McGrillen, they have sold out global arena tours and played to thousands across main stage performances including Glastonbury, Download to Reading and Leeds and a headline slot at Ultra Miami.