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General News / February 20, 2020

The Avalanches release new song ‘We Will Always Love You’ featuring Blood Orange

General News / February 20, 2020

The Avalanches release new song ‘We Will Always Love You’ featuring Blood Orange

Ahead of their third full length album, The Avalanches have released a soul-cleansing cut.

The Australian outfit have been teasing fans for a minute. There was 15 years between their debut and sophomore album, but it looks as though fans will have a shorter wait for the third instalment.

The electronic group have had billboards scattered across their homeland this month and they’ve finally satisfied demands with a gorgeous new single.

‘We Will Always Love You’, features the soft vocals of Dev Hynes aka Blood Orange and they’ve shown that even after all these years their ear for instrumentals is as strong as ever.

Listen below:

The Avalanches play Forbidden Fruit Festival this summer, click here for tickets and more info.

Photography: Steve Gullick.