Unknown Mortal Orchestra announce new album ‘Multi-Love’

UMO share details of their third album and stream its title track, an outer limits disco song.

05.02.15

Unknown Mortal Orchestra have announced details of their third album, 'Multi-Love'.

Due on May 25th via Jagjaguwar, 'Multi-Love' follows 2013's ace, psychedelic, proggy 'II'.

In a press release, UMO mastermind Ruben Nielson is said to be exploring "cosmic escapes and disco rhythms" on the album via a newfound love of synthesizers. Title track Multi-Love is an outer limits disco song that sounds pretty damn decent, to be honest.

"It felt good to be rebelling against the typical view of what an artist is today, a curator," Nielson says. "It’s more about being someone who makes things happen in concrete ways. Building old synthesizers and bringing them back to life, creating sounds that aren’t quite like anyone else’s. I think that’s much more subversive."

Revisit Dummy's 2013 interview with UMO here.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra 'Multi-Love' tracklist:

01. Multi-Love 
02. Like Acid Rain
03. Ur Life One Night
04. Can’t Keep Checking My Phone
05. Extreme Wealth and Casual Cruelty
06. The World Is Crowded
07. Stage or Screen
08. Necessary Evil
09. Puzzles

Unknown Mortal Orchestra live dates:

May 20th: Thekla, Bristol
May 21st: Islington Assembly Hall, London
May 22nd: Warwick University (with Django Django), Coventry
May 23rd: Liverpool Soud City, Liverpool
May 25th: Bitterzoet, Amsterdam
May 26th: Berghain Kantine, Berlin
May 27th: AB Club, Brussels
May 29th: This Is Not A Love Song Festival, Nimes
May 30th: Primavera, Barcelona

Jagjaguwar release 'Multi-Love' on May 25th 2015 (pre-order).