The electronic duo Mount Kimbie releases “Dumb Guitar” with Warp Records, a new dark and nostalgic single accompanied by the first dates of his tour for next year. At the moment they will not pass through Spain.
The expectation to hear the new Mount Kimbie It started last September with that exclusive single that could only be played until the 21st of the same month on Bandcamp. We are talking about the autumnal “Boxing”, a single shared with King Krule, a regular guest in the works of the British band. The second track of this incipient album is the single “Dumb Guitar”, a song that is built from subtle, almost narrated voices and that is consolidated with a dense and dark bass that gives off an aroma of oil. The single continues in the line of “Love What You Survive” (Warp, 17), their previous album, which produced hits like “Blue Train Lines” or “Marilyn”, but it recovers the synthesizers of its first stage, providing traces of a more experimental and risky sound.
The single can now be listened to on all platforms or purchased in a limited seven-inch that includes the two singles “Dumb Guitar” and “Boxing (ft. King Krule)” through the Warp website. It doesn’t seem like the band is going to go through Spain, but at the moment they have announced dates in countries like Denmark, Germany, France, Belgium, the United Kingdom and even the United States.