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Django Django’s New Album Glowing In The Dark Out Now / Because Music

Django Django’s New Album Glowing In The Dark Out Now / Because Music




“4 stars – With its pervading doubts and joyful release, Glowing in the Dark is very much for these times” – Mojo

"Listeners are rarely given the chance to switch off as the energy constantly flits between relaxation and floor-filler...what will come next? Nobody knows" – Dork

“9/10 - excellent…their most distinctive and mature so far” – Loud and Quiet

“4 stars – deft and captivating” – Album of the Week, Metro UK

“8/10 – an irresistible lovestruck confection” – Uncut

"9/10 - Thrilling and engrossing" – PopMatters

 "Electrifying...a psychedelic rollercoaster ride and a rallying cry for hope..." – Today’s Top Tune (“Spirals”), KCRW

“4 stars – the pleasure principle is writ large here” – The Arts Desk

“4 stars - When the songwriting and appetite for invention remains this strong, Django Django certainly have a lot more to give” – DIY Magazine


Over the course of their extraordinarily accomplished discography to date, Django Django have constantly headed left where others have gone right. Recently described by The Guardian as “making music that sounds close to perfection,” they are known for their genre defying eclectic sound and their new album Glowing in the Dark, out today, heralds, once again, the beginning of a thrilling new era for the band.

Already drawing rave reviews from the likes of Consequence of SoundKCRWBrooklyn Vegan and major outlets at home in the UK, Glowing in the Dark has a running theme of escape. Escape from despair, from constraints, from small town life, and even, in dreams, from the Earth, as on the propulsive title track. The miniature road movie “Waking Up”, meanwhile, with its hints of T Rex and Serge Gainsbourg’s “Bonnie and Clyde” might be mainly acoustic and softly sung, but it rockets along with breathless anticipation, the addition of Gainsbourg’s daughter Charlotte on vocals adding extra glamour, and “Free From Gravity” might be the most complete expression of the band’s influences coming together, with beautiful cascading bleep melodies and strings wrapping around the funkiest stop-start drum machine and a relentlessly infectious bassline to perfectly embody the bittersweet theme of yearning to “escape everything that's weighing you down.”

Read the band’s track by track on the album today at Consequence of Sound, a Brooklyn Vegan feature and listen to their interview and performance on WNYC’s Soundcheck.

It’s a glorious move forward, infused with the kind of freshness and confidence that comes hand in hand with a newfound optimism. Glowing in the Dark is a record about escape but also one full of hope: and that's the sound of experience, because this is a band who know what it is to exceed even your wildest dreams.


Glowing In The Dark tracklist:

1) Spirals

2) Right The Wrongs

3) Got Me Worried

4) Waking Up (feat. Charlotte Gainsbourg)

5) Free From Gravity

6) Headrush

7) The Ark

8) Night Of The Buffalo

9) The World Will Turn

10) Kick The Devil Out

11) Glowing In The Dark

12) Hold Fast

13) Asking For More


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