Following a batch of well-received singles over the last few months, Sad Night Dynamite have now announced their plans for their debut mixtape, arriving later this month.
The new self-titled collection will include the previously shared cuts 'Icy Violence' and 'Killshot', is being previewed by the new offering 'Smoke Hole', and is set to be released on the 26th February via Parlophone Records.
Describing 'Smoke Hole', the duo say it's "getting lost in your own thoughts. We wanted it to feel as though you’re sort of sinking through your own brain - the further into the song you get, the deeper into your own head you fall, that’s kind of why the song gets weirder and weirder. We wrote it whilst both hypnotised by a zoltar, so beyond that it doesn’t make a lot of sense."
Check out the new stop-motion video for 'Smoke Hole', directed by Edie Lawrence, in the player below.