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A Friendly Fires Return Appears Imminent After Band Posts Teaser

Written by Zanda Wilson on September 12, 2017

Friendly Fires have posted teasers to their Facebook page, sending fans wild at the possibility of a return to music for the band soon.

While the last music we heard from the British alt rockers came via a collaboration with The Asphodells in 2014 titled ‘Velo,’ their last album Pala was released way back in 2011.

The band updated their profile picture to a photo of silhouettes of the band standing behind waves of smoke and colour, while they also uploaded a colorfully trippy clip with the words ‘Friendly Fires’ fading in and out of view.

We last got news about a potential third album in 2012 when Friendly Fires announced they’d planned to lock themselves away in a Swedish log cabin to find inspiration.

In an interview with NME later that year Friendly Fires frontman Ed Macfarlane said that all their new tracks were eight-minutes long, and also teased the possibility that their next album could be released under a different name.

With this latest update, we could very well see new music from the outfit before the year is out.

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