The Go! Team share new track 'What D'You Say?'

With the release of their first album in four years fast approaching, The Go! Team have now unveiled another cut from their forthcoming release.

The new track 'What D'You Say?' follows on from the previously unveiled singles 'The Scene Between' and 'Blowtorch', and will feature on their new album, also called 'The Scene Between', due out on the 23rd March via Memphis Industries.

Check it out in the player below.

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