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Pendulum Share New Huge Track “Halo” Feat. Matt Tuck

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Pendulum announced their return back in 2021 following a decade’s hiatus. The band that introduced drum and bass to a whole generation of rock fans, having them back is a blessing in disguise. Bridging the gap between electronic energy and brute force, they have always tried to push the boundaries of what either world may accept. And after a few tracks that sit on the more rave-adjacent side, they are delving back into the pit once more.

Their new track is called “Halo” and features none other than Matt Tuck of Bullet For My Valentine. Musically, the song feels like the very best of Pendulum. Driving guitars, break-neck drums and all of the bass that your body can handle. But with the inclusion of a vocalist who specialises in the grittier side of things, it feels like their heaviest track to date. Brutality and melody hand in hand, and it is a joy to behold.

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Pendulum are set to make their return to Download Festival this month, as well as hitting up a whole load other events this Summer. Here’s where you can catch them:

  • June 09 – Donington, UK @ Download Festival
  • July 15 – Clitheroe, UK @ Beat Herder Festival
  • July 16 – Torquay, UK @ Electric Bay Festival
  • July 21 – Cluj, RO @ Electric Castle Festival
  • July 29 – Aragon, ES @ Monegros Desert Festival, Aragon, Spain
  • August 13 – London, UK @ Gunnersbury Park
  • September 01 – Holy Island, UK @ Lindisfarne Festival
  • September 16 – Bristol, UK @ Tokyo World Festival

To get you that little bit more excited, here’s the band’s set from last year’s Reading Festival:

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