Watch slowthai announces debut album ‘Nothing Great About Britain’ with ‘Peace Of Mind’ video

slowthai by Phil Smithies

The long-awaited full-length will be out later this year via Method Records.

slowthai has announced his debut album! ‘Nothing Great About Britain’ will arrive later this year via Method Records, and is being previewed with a video for new song ‘Peace Of Mind’.

The new video is a ‘Groundhog Day’-style dream sequence, and follows last year’s punk-influenced single ‘Doorman’, a collaboration with Mura Masa.

‘Nothing Great About Britain’ will be previewed on a new UK and European tour that begins next month. The album doesn’t have a release date yet.

slowthai is part of our Class Of 2019, which we revealed at the end of last year.

“Everything we’ve ever built is from the ground up, the foundations are strong,” he told us in our interview. “Everyone that’s with us is actually with us, they’re not in it for the quick ride. I feel like we’re really drawing in the people that feel it and cancelling out the ones that don’t give a fuck.”

Read the interview in full here.

Watch the ‘Peace Of Mind’ video and view the upcoming tour dates below.

MARCH
18 Brussels, Beursschouwburg
20 Amsterdam, Garage Noord
21 Berlin, Prince Charles
22 Warsaw, Hydrozagadka
24 Paris, Le Trabendo
26 Glasgow, SWG3 Warehouse
27 Birmingham, O2 Institute
28 Manchester, O2 Ritz
29 Bristol, SWX
31 Brighton, Concorde 2

APRIL
01 London, York Hall

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