Giant Swan will release their self-titled album in November.
Incoming on the techno-punk duo's newly founded 'Keck' label, the album follows releases on Whities, Howling and Timedance, and also comes as their debut LP.
“To me Giant Swan means lots of feelings and lots of fun. It’s like a mucky brain, with everything passing through it and being rendered as our music," Robin Stewart shared in the album's press release. "It’s a vehicle for us to spread our want for a more open-minded and inclusive dance experience, fuelled by a conscious mantra with tongue firmly in cheek.”
"This record is a conversation between aesthetics," other half of the duo Harry Wright adds. "A dialogue where a question is answered with another question until everyone in the room is left scratching their heads, or moving their feet."
Alongside the album, Giant Swan have also announced they will be touring across Europe and Canada throughout September, October and November, with a final show supporting IDLES at London's Alexandra Palace.
The ten-track album opens with '55 Year Old Daughter', which has been shared ahead of the release on the 8th November. Check it out below.
Last month, Giant Swan reworked The Horrors' 'Machine' for a remix package that also featured contributions from HAAi and Manni Dee.
Read our 2018 Get To Know feature with Giant Swan.