Death From Above 1979 unveil new track 'Government Trash'

After previously unveiling their first new material in over ten years last month, Death From Above 1979 have backed that up with another track from their forthcoming new album.

The explosive 'Government Trash' follows on from the previously revealed 'Trainwreck 1979', and can now be streamed in the player below.

Both tracks will feature on the pair's new record 'The Physical World', out on the 9th September.

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