The Presets just dropped a new track from their upcoming album

8 Feb

Following the relentless hard-rock tinged ‘Do What You Want’ and their much anticipated performance at The Warehouse Collective, Sydney electro veterans The Presets have made an eccentric return once again with ‘14U+14ME’, the second single from their upcoming album ‘HI VIS’ 

Accompanied by a chaotically surreal music video from New York based company Georgia, ‘14U+14ME’ steps more into club territory, featuring euphoric trance stabs and rave-centric lyrics. With the last single ‘Do What You Want’, proving such a success in the charts, the future The Presets’ quirky brand dance music is set to return in the new year in full swing. The largely anticipated follow up to 2013’s ‘Pacifica’ will likely see the duo explore the boundaries club music even further, with a diverse list features such as DZ Deathrays’ Shane Parsons, Alison Wonderland, Touch Sensitive, Kirin J. Callinan, Matt Mason and Johnny Took DMAs. 

Vocalist and keyboardist Julian Hamilton The Presets spoke on the music video for ‘14U+14ME’, calling it “a cataclysmic, freak-out created by US director duo Georgia… they basically crushed planet Earth with this one – thanks guys. Hope you all like it as much as we do”.

The release date for the duo’s fourth full length album ‘HI VIS’ is yet to be announced, but for now enjoy ‘14U+14ME’ below.