‘Habits’ is the latest preview of the newly announced ’Knowing What You Know Now’, which is coming out via Roadrunner on 26th January.
The band are set to head out on a UK tour this month, with a new London show recently added for February of next year.
View the tracklisting for ‘Knowing What You Know Now’ and tour dates alongside the video for ‘Habits’ below.
We also spoke to vocalist Becca MacIntyre about the new album and what to expect from the band in 2018. (Huge things. Expect huge things.) Read that below the jump.
03 Meant To Be
04 Major System Error
6. Lost In Translation
07 Start Again
08 Like A Battery
09 New Religion
10 Me & You
12 Run With The Rhythm
17 Hull, The Welly Club
18 Middlesbrough, The Empire
19 Glasgow, Saint Luke’s
21 Leeds, Brudenell Community Room
22 Manchester, Academy 3
23 Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
25 London, The Garage
27 Norwich, Arts Centre
28 Bristol, The Fleece
29 Bournemouth, The Old Fire Station
30 Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
07 London, Student Central (formerly ULU)
Hi Becca! Marmozets are back! How exciting is that?!
It’s sick, we’re so excited to get out there again. We had our first few practices together, and it’s been incredible. It’s been a while, but it’s been worth that while to get fully prepared. Playing Reading & Leeds right at the start of the comeback as well, it’s like coming back to our roots - like returning to university or something.
Tell us a bit about your comeback single, ‘Play’.
Everything that it says to me to begin with - starting with “1, 2, 3, play” - it’s a comeback song. It was definitely the one that we wanted to release first just to show everyone where we’ve gone with the second album. It’s a weird and wonderful record. Each song shouldn’t connect to each other, when you listen to them separately, but it still works and it’s still awesome.
And it’s good to be playing live again?
So, so good, and so important. There’s something you can’t replicate about being face to face with a band and really learning about the songs, especially when they haven’t been released yet. It keeps everything fresh and exciting. People have to realise that we’re not exactly the same people that left for tour the first time around, but it’s still us, and we’ve all grown up and are so ready to do this again. It’s all of us together again, it’s Marmozets, it’s happening, and that’s all we could ask for.
How was the process of making the new album?
I definitely had moments where I was at peace [with the album]. It was great to have that. You’re so determined that you’ll always get stressed out and annoyed at yourself a bit over the process, but you keep going, and end up doing something quite awesome, which you’ll never regret. We’re perfectionists, and I still listen back and want to tweak things, even though I absolutely love the record. Sometimes I get a bit told off about those things, but the excitement’s so high that I can’t help but constantly think about it.