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The Presets Announce New Album ‘Pacifica’

Written by John Ritchie on June 19, 2012

Following their announcment on the Parklife 2012 lineup, The Presets have announced the long-awaited return with their new album, Pacifica. The new album will be released on September 14 on Modular Recordings. Pacifica was produced by the band – Julian Hamilton and Kim Moyes – and mixed in Los Angeles with Tony Hoffer.

Pacifica is the follow-up to their sophomore album Apocalypso, which saw their single My People stay in the ARIA charts for over 75 weeks.

The Presets have also announced a Limited Edition Deluxe version of the new album Pacifica. Limited to only 1,500 copies worldwide, the Limited Edition Deluxe version comes housed in a 12″ case with a lenticular cover.

You can pre-order The Presets new album HERE.

The Presets are also confirmed to appear at Parklife 2012.

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