Future Islands

Future Islands have shared brand new single ‘Deep In The Night’.

The Baltimore band have also released an accompanying music video, directed by Albert Birney.


The track marks the first material to come from the American synth-rock quartet since dropping standalone track ‘King Of Sweden’ last year.

Future Islands also previously released one-off single ‘Peach’ in 2021, which followed their sixth and latest studio album, 2020s ‘As Long As You Are’.

It has not yet been confirmed whether the songs will feature on a forthcoming full-length.

Future Islands are gearing up for a run of performances across the UK & Ireland this August/September, including appearances at the Wider Than Pictures concert series in Dublin, Connect Festival in Edinburgh and End of the Road Festival in Dorset.

In addition, they will join the line-up at Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Primal Scream’s upcoming Manchester gig, followed by a string of headline UK dates – full details below:

Dublin National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks, 24 Aug
Edinburgh Connect Festival, 25
Manchester Wythenshawe Park, 26
Middlesbrough Town Hall, 28
Cambridge The Corn Exchange, 29
Norwich UEA, 30
Salisbury End of the Road Festival, 31 Aug-01 Sept
Wolverhampton The Wulfrun at The Halls, 01 Sept

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The group consists of Michael Lowry, William Cashion, Samuel T. Herring, Gerrit Welmers.

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