Klaxons Announce Second Album
2010-06-15 by ohdrunktease | 19 Comments

Nu-rave Mercury prize winners, The Klaxons, have announced that their upcoming album, Surfing the Void, will be released on August 24 in the US and one day earlier in the UK.

Listen to the album's lead single, "Flashover", here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF55bRCVqJE




The track-listing is as follows:

01 Echoes
02 The Same Space
03 Surfing the Void
04 Valley of the Calm Trees
05 Venusia
06 Extra Astronomical
07 Twin Flames
08 Flashover
09 Future Memories
10 Cypherspeed

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thediamondcanopy
June 15th 2010

510 Comments


Lol, nu-rave.

DoubtGin
June 15th 2010

6748 Comments


oh well .___.

Dogget
June 15th 2010

781 Comments


should be called "It took us until now to make a musically relevant album"

DoubtGin
June 15th 2010

6748 Comments


first one was good.

Titan50
June 15th 2010

4588 Comments


*First one was excellent

BSX
June 15th 2010

1633 Comments


About fucking time

Regulator
June 15th 2010

602 Comments


this is a pretty tasty track. i foresee many many many club plays once someone totally effs it up with some glitchy electro/breaky remix. and i mean effs it up in a good way.

nickobretto
June 15th 2010

121 Comments


Good stuff.

AgentZero
June 15th 2010

322 Comments


Nu-rave? Limp bizkit with glowsticks?

ohdrunktease
June 15th 2010

13 Comments


Best album cover ever!
http://onethirtybpm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/klaxons-surfing-the-void.jpg

SatoIsNotPlace
June 15th 2010

99 Comments


Didn't it take them forever due to their record label finding their submission of the album too experimental?

bloc
June 15th 2010

34761 Comments


I hate this band

Digging: Interpol - El Pintor

TheDanSandwich
June 16th 2010

141 Comments


ABOUT FREAKING TIME.

Also, that album cover IS the best thing ever.

yetanotherprofile
June 16th 2010

180 Comments


Decent band, needed a new album.

Dogget you couldnt be more wrong if you tried.

Dogget
June 16th 2010

781 Comments


Hey I liked the first album I'm not getting at the band. Just they've been away for a long time now and haven't been touring for a while either as far as I know.

yetanotherprofile
June 18th 2010

180 Comments


Oh okay, i thought you were arguing they never released a releveant album, because I would argue back in 07 they were pretty much the leaders of that scene. But yes its been far too long, and they have fallen behind. I thought this track was shit as well to be honest.

Dogget
June 18th 2010

781 Comments


It was their scene imo, it pretty much began and ended with klaxons

yetanotherprofile
June 19th 2010

180 Comments


Agreed!

ohdrunktease
June 20th 2010

13 Comments


They wrote and recorded a new album, but it was declined by their recording company as being too experimental, i remember some quote of one of them saying it was "dense psychedelica"



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