Klaxons Unveil New Album Artwork And Stream 'Atom To Atom'

Klaxons Unveil New Album Artwork And Stream 'Atom To Atom'

British rave revivalists Klaxons unveil their subversive album art, tracklist and pumped up new track Atom To Atom, as we edge closer to the release of album #3 Love Frequency.

It's easy to forget that Klaxons have been charming hearts and minds since 2007 when they erupted into the cosmos with a then pioneering dance/indie hybrid that led to awards, glory and a trail of ravaged venues the world over. They turned darker with 2010's Surfing The Void, and the new swagger of Love Frequency tasters (BBC Radio 1's A-listed There Is No Other Time, plus Children of the Sun) shows a further evolution.

The June-released album features production from Gorgon City, the Chemical Brothers' Tom Rowlands, Erol Alkan, and James Murphy, and was recorded throughout 2013. See the tracklisting below.


April 10, 2014 at 4:33pm in news, Klaxons

Watch: Klaxons - There Is No Other Time

Klaxons released a new single earlier this year, the Radio 1 play-listed There Is No Other Time, and we just got the fancy new video for it. Georgia Hudson (Midlake, MØ) stepped up to the director's spot to create the nightclub meets scenic dream-scape clip! We like it.

April 2, 2014 at 5:06pm in news, Klaxons

Live: Klaxons - Love Frequency

Live: Klaxons - Love Frequency

After sharing their new singles There Is No Other Time and the accompanying A-side track, Children Of The Sun, Klaxons have this week let the world know their third studio album, Love Frequency, will be released this 30 May (Aus).

The follow-up to 2010's Surfing the Void features production from Gordon City, the Chemical Brothers' Tow Rowlands, Erol Alkan, and James Murphy, and was recorded throughout 2013.


March 7, 2014 at 8:10am in news, Klaxons

FOR Headliners Klaxons Share Video Message

Klaxons are awakening. After a stint out of the spotlight they've returned with two new tracks - the clipped disco-tinged 'There is No Other Time' and the widescreen swagger of 'Children of the Sun'. And of course, they were just announced as one of the first headliners for this year's blissful island escape in Croatia, FOR Festival - taking place on Hvar island in Croatia from June 19th-22nd.

They've also provided us with some choice mixes over the past few years, including the 'Klaxons Acid Disko Mix', 33 minutes of audio primer for the best Summer of our lives.

You can pick up tickets to see Klaxons, DARKSIDE, Mark Ronson (DJ set), Erol Alkan, Factory Floor, Kelela and many more at FOR Festival here.

The new Klaxons album will be out later this year via Modular.

February 27, 2014 at 2:42pm in news, Klaxons

Listen: Klaxons - Children of the Sun

Following Klaxons big reentrance with 'There Is No Other Time', the band reveal the single's flipside 'Children of the Sun', a calling produced by Chemical Brother Tom Rowlands. Both tracks will be released together next month, paving the way for Klaxons' third studio album due to drop mid-year.

February 12, 2014 at 1:40pm in news, Klaxons

Listen: Klaxons - There Is No Other Time

Klaxons new single 'There Is No Other Time' premiered in a worldwide exclusive play just hours ago via BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe. Here it is in case you snoozed...

Not only is 'There Is No Other Time' classic Klaxons at their best, it's also a collaboration with Gorgon City, the English electronic music production duo currently making serious waves. Excitingly, the track offers a new sound for the Mercury Prize & multiple NME Award winners.

This first taste of new music from the British indie rockers since their 2010 released 'Surfing The Void' album, signals a big 2014 for Klaxons, a year which includes a forthcoming new album due for a mid-year release. The album also sees the band work with Tom Rowlands of the Chemical Brothers, Erol Alkan and James Murphy.

Further news of the new album & live shows for 2014 will follow shortly.

February 4, 2014 at 12:48pm in news, Klaxons

Watch: Klaxons Stage Invasion at What We Do Is Secret

What We Do Is Secret shook us all night long this past Saturday, July 27th at Oxford Art Factory. It was our big birthday bash for Sydney staples FBi Radio, who are celebrating 10 years of ruling the local airwaves.

In what was one of the highlights of the night, the crowd got rowdy behind the decks with the Klaxons boys. For more from the night, check out this gallery via pagesdigital.

July 30, 2013 at 1:54pm in news, Klaxons

Modcast #155: Klaxons Acid Disko Mix

Klaxons are back in town and it's high time for another Modcast from the lads, an acid-fueled half-hour of late night grooves courtesy of Jamie Reynolds.

Fresh from Splendour in the Grass, the guys are heading to Sydney on July 27th, to let loose on the decks at our What We Do Is Secret party at Oxford Art Factory. More information & tracklist below.


July 18, 2013 at 1:00pm in modcast, Modcast, Klaxons

Live: What We Do Is Secret Set Times Announced

What We Do Is Secret, our massive party with FBi Radio to celebrate their 10 years of ruling Sydney's airwaves, is on this Saturday, July 27th from 8pm.

For all those are making the trek to Oxford Art Factory this weekend, we've got the setlist below for the main room and FBi's Gallery Room as well as the latest Softwar mix (Free DL!) for you to get ready with.

For those still on the fence: Ticket Warning! Last remaining pre-sales available now from Moshtix, otherwise they'll be a limited number of tickets on the door, priced $25.


June 25, 2013 at 2:26pm in news, wordlife, Softwar, Slow Blow, Movement, Klaxons, Club Mod

Chat: James Righton (Klaxons)

Chat: James Righton (Klaxons)

Klaxons are finally coming back downunder for Splendour in the Grass in July. We had a chat with James Righton about what to expect when the lads get here, long flights and whats up with their new album.

If you're in Sydney during July, they'll be DJing at What We Do Is Secret, a special party we're throwing with FBi Radio for their 10th Birthday. Tickets on sale now.

Read on below.


June 7, 2013 at 6:00pm in news, Klaxons



It's no coincidence that the word 'klaxon' derives from the Greek word for 'to shriek,' for when self-proclaimed London "nu-ravers" Klaxons burst into the scene like rebellious extra-terrestrial beings without a cause, they caused nothing but shrieking.