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Crystal Castles Debut New Song At Parklife Manchester

Written by Kiel Egging on June 16, 2012

Fan Footage has emerged of a new track by UK crew Crystal Castles during their recent performance at Manchester’s Parklife Festival.

The track – which has a massive ‘rave’ feel to it and was accompanied by an avalanche of flashing red lights – opened the band’s set at the festival, where according to NME, they also played a cover of Platinum Blonde’s Not in Love.

One imagines that the track will feature on their forthcoming new album – the follow-up to 2010’s II. No release date has been set for the new album yet, but it’s believed we’ll probably see it by the end of this year.

Crystal Castles have a few more UK festival appearances coming up – they were scheduled to play the Lovebox Festival in London overnight, and they’ll also be at the Reading and Leeds Festivals in August. Who knows, maybe there’ll be a few more new songs unveiled at those performances.

Until then, here’s fan footage of the new track that they played in Manchester:

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