Underworld will release their tenth studio album, titled 'DRIFT Series 1', on November 1.
The release draws the first instalment of their DRIFT project that began on November 1, 2018 to a close.
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For a year, the pair sought to create and publish music and film episodically, which saw them collaborate with a collection of eclectic figures, ranging from techno bruiser Ø [Phase] to Japanese noise band Melt-Banana and Guardian columnist Aditya Chakrabortty.
'DRIFT Series 1' collects the entire body of work recorded during this period a box set, which contains 7 CDs, a Blu-ray and an exclusive, 80-page book.
The music will also be available as a CD and LP sampler — which 'guides the listener straight through the centre of the project' — and streaming services.
You can pre-order both the box set and the sampler here.
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