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Pendulum unveil first new song of 2021, Come Alive

Stream Pendulum’s huge single Come Alive – their first new music since 2020 comeback tracks Driver and Nothing For Free.

Following the release of last year’s comeback tracks Driver and Nothing For Free, Pendulum have shared another huge new single: Come Alive.

The band’s first new music of the year is accompanied by the same artwork as their previous singles, which could well suggest that Pendulum are gearing up to combine this material into a proper release following 2010 record Immersion.

Read this: Why Pendulum are back after a decade in the wilderness

Speaking to Kerrang! in September 2020, Rob Swire said of Pendulum’s plan when it comes to releasing fresh material: It’ll be two tracks at a time, as EPs, peppered throughout the year. Apparently that’s to do with a way Spotify does things.”

If you release 12 tracks, maybe one of them will get a lot of attention, while the rest will be buried in the ether,” added Gareth McGrillen. But if you put them out gradually you can focus all the attention on one or two and stagger them out.” Watch this space for future singles, then…

Stream Come Alive below:

Posted on April 15th 2021, 1:55p.m.
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