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SBTRKT shares new song - ‘HIGHER (feat. RAURY)’


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Taken from the new album ‘Wonder Where We Land’ out 29th September on Young Turks

Today, SBTRKT shares a new track Higher (feat Raury). This follows previous tracks, Temporary View (feat. Sampha) and NEW YORK. NEW DORP. (feat. Ezra Koenig) and is taken from his much-anticipated second album Wonder Where We Land, released on September 26th on Young Turks.

Listen to ‘Higher (feat. Raury)’ here:

Wonder Where We Land follows his critically acclaimed eponymous debut album and a recent interim release of six instrumentals called ‘Transitions’, which joined the creative dots between the first and second albums.

Since the release of his debut album in 2011, SBTRKT has cemented his role as one of the most acclaimed electronic artists and performers around. What began as praise in his hometown of London has now reached to every corner of the globe including the 2012 Auckland Laneway Festival at Silo Park.

SBTRKT has also added to his extensive worldwide tour with a date at London’s iTunes Festival on 19th September 2014 at Camden Roundhouse. SBTRKT’s captivating and ever changing live show will be touring the world for the rest of the year. We have no confirmations of a NZ date at this stage, but remain smugly optimistic.

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