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Music / January 22, 2021

Listen to Bicep’s new album ‘Isles’

Music / January 22, 2021

Listen to Bicep’s new album ‘Isles’

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Belfast duo’s latest offering lands via Ninja Tune.

Matt McBriar and Andy Ferguson aka Bicep, have shared their new album Isles.

Their second album comes via Ninja Tune and follows the success of their top 20 eponymous debut album. Sitting at 10 tracks and 49 minutes the final project is the result of whittling down over 150 tracks. Geared towards the nights spent in the living room, Isles features a number of guest offerings from machina, Clara La San and Julia Kent.

It arrives following the release of the hypnotic music video for Saku and Atlas which was Annie Mac’s hottest track in the world.

Listen to Isles below: