“Metronomy forever was released two years ago today?!?! That’s bonkers.” Joe Mount said on Twitter. “I’m aware it’s mildly insulting to relate what’s gone on since to the release of an (albeit) incredible album, but that’s how we measure life isn’t it; with small, human scale things…against the backdrop of massive world changing things. Metronomy Forever is 2! Happy birthday!”
“Finally, If you look through the Metronomy discography you’ll see that there’s normally a Metronomy album every 2 to 3 years 👀”
Hopefully meaning we’ll get some new bops soon, revisit our cover interview with the band all about ‘Metronomy Forever’ now!
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