It’s happening… A new Pendulum album entitled Reworks will be released this spring. It launches in a matter of weeks on March 16 and will be the band’s first release in seven years.
News is scant for now, and the band aren’t giving away much on their socials, but the official announcement states that Reworks “is a project unlike any other released by the band before” and that a Complete Works boxset will also be released alongside the album.
What with the album being called Reworks and all – plus the fact a Noisia remix of Hold Your Colour has been the talk of the forums in the last week and the fact that Pendulum have never released a remix album before – we’re obviously expecting an album of remixes. But details on who will be behind the remixes, or what will follow, is unconfirmed. Last August Rob Swire commented that he wanted to write a new Pendulum album, so perhaps Reworks marks the start of a much bigger picture that includes brand new Pendulum material. At least we hope it does.
Pendulum – Reworks also kickstarts a whole new run of live dates. A primary focus since they reunited at Ultra Music Festival in 2016, the band have confirmed Radio 1 stage headline shows for Reading & Leeds this year and their headline show at Printworks on April 14 apparently sold out in an hour.
We await more details and will report them as they come in, follow the band on Twitter for the most up to date information. We suspect this is the start of what could be a very exciting year for Pendulum fans.