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Four Tet's New Album 'Is Done'

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Four Tet performs on stage at Sonar 2014 at Sonar Club on June 14, 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. 

Four Tet was on fire last year, dropping a string of new tracks, and remixing a couple more. There’s a block of new tunes on the way. 

The British electronic music producer (real name Kieran Hebden) jumped on Twitter to announce he’s put the final touches on a new LP. 

“The new album is done,” he wrote.   

And that’s about it. The forthcoming LP doesn’t yet have a title, a tracklist, artwork or a release date. But it’s in the can.

The Londoner rolled out a handful of tunes last year, including “Dreamer," "Teenage Birdsong," "Only Human” and a remix of Skrillex, Boys Noize & Ty Dolla $ign’s “Midnight Hour.”

Also, the chill master shared an EP last August of three new tunes, titled Anna Painting, and a live set, titled Live at Alexandra Palace, London. It’s unclear if any of these solo cuts will appear on the next studio album, the followup to 2017’s New Energy.

Four Tet’s live workload in 2020 includes sets at Estéreo Picnic Festival in Colombia, Movement festival in Detroit and Mad Cool in Madrid, Spain.


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