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7th September 2018
Poets of the Fall's New Single, Dancing on Broken Glass
Plus New (Signed) Ultraviolet Pre-Order Bundles

Dancing on Broken Glass, Poets of the Fall's second single from their upcoming album Ultraviolet, was revealed today along with details of a new range of pre-order bundles!

The single can be now played on a number of music streaming services including Spotify, iTunes Store, Deezer, Google Play, Napster, and Apple Music, with the accompanying music video available to watch on the band's YouTube channel.

The new single and music video are pretty different from the group's previous work, and tonally different from their previous single, False Kings, in the same album hinting at a varied collection. The new music video is also an interesting departure from tradition as this one can also be seen as more of a short film rather than specifically a music video, a possibly intentional creative approach given the film poster style of the music video's title card. While a lot of their previous work has a narrative such as Lift, Carnival of Rust, and Choice Millionaire, the latest single shares the same short story approach that Moonlight Kissed. Check it out below and let us know what you think!



In addition to the new single, the band also revealed some new pre-order bundles for Ultraviolet including a CD of the album, a t-shirt or hoodie, and a signed postcard. Fans who pre-order the Ultraviolet album in any format or bundle, will automatically take part in giveaway to win two tickets to a Poets of the Fall gig of your choice this year.

A bit of information about the band's history: Poets of the Fall has had a long history with Remedy, which officially started back in 2003 with Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. For the game, POTF created their first song, Late Goodbye based on a poem by Sam Lake. Later, the band returned for Alan Wake, creating the custom songs The Poet and the Muse and Children of the Elder God. Their song War, from their album, Twilight Theater, also made an appearance in the game. Their latest project with the developers has been with Alan Wake's American Nightmare. Balance Slays the Demon was created specifically for the title, and The Happy Song (which also appeared in the album Temple of Thought) also appeared in the game. The song Labyrinth from their Clearview album was inspired by Quantum Break.

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