With their highly-anticipated new album set to arrive next month, Ride have now unveiled the next cut to be taken from their forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Repetition' follows on from the previously shared track 'Future Love' in previewing their sixth LP 'This Is Not A Safe Place', which is set to arrive on the 16th August via Wichita Recordings.
Speaking about their latest release, the band's Andy Bell said, "'Repetition' is at the absolute heart of 'This Is Not A Safe Place'. It was one of the very first songs written for the album, and has always felt to me like one of the best songs I've written. It has a great dual harmony vocal from myself and Mark. Steve came up with the brilliant Juno 6 bassline that starts the song, which he overdubbed on our last day of recording for the album, Loz puts down a monster of a drum track, it's both very experimental and very pop in approach and that's what Ride always tried to do in the early days. For me it succeeds in bringing me back to all of the things we were into and talked about when we were 18, but also being of the moment, in 2019."
Have a listen to 'Repetition' in the player below.