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Made In Japan Release New Track ‘Follow The Fool’ From Their Forthcoming Album

Written by Mike Hohnen on July 17, 2013

Off the back of their performance at UK’s Great Escape Festival 2013, Made In Japan have revealed the first sample of their forthcoming sophomore album. A tasty ditty by the name of Follow The Fool has been made available to the world and is sure to have you itching for the full release.

The track will eventually find its way onto the 2nd full-length from the band, Tame All Those Thoughts, which is locked in for a November release. The record is sure to document the next phase for the band’s rousing dream pop adventure, littered with sonic bliss. To label Follow The Fool as simply a single would be a gross understatement. Coming in at 8 and a half minutes long, it’s more of an epic journey through a richly layered soundscape.

The band have progressed at a meteoric pace since the release of their debut 2012 effort Sights And Sounds, which is evident about 5 seconds into the track. You’ll have the opportunity to experience Follow The Fool live when they officially launch it in Sydney.

Listen: Made In Japan – Follow The Fool

Made In Japan Follow The Fool Single Launch

Friday, 19th July
Brighton Up Bar, Sydney

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