Klaxons have made their fourth album, Love Frequency, available for streaming one week ahead of its June 16 release. The band also announced today that they will be embarking on the world’s first-ever “3D Printed Tour” in the fall.
A number of electronic icons have contributed to Love Frequency, with members of LCD Soundsystem, The Chemical Brothers, Gorgon City, and more collaborating with the UK group. The album features already released singles Atom To Atom and There Is No Other Time, as well as the irresistibly catchy new dance numbers Out Of The Dark, Invisible Forces, and Rhythm Of Life.
Klaxons also look to make a little history by creating the world’s first “3D Printed Tour.” While the idea sounds cool in theory, we’ll hold back our amazement until we see it in action. In the video, the band visits the SJA 3D Printing facility in Chelmsford, England and reveals that everything on their new tour will be created by 3D printers including instruments, microphones, amplifiers, lights, and so on. Only time will tell whether or not Klaxons will be able to pull off such an elaborate and futuristic production, but check out the video below to get an idea of their plan.
You can also stream Love Frequency in its entirety over at The Guardian.