Canadian electronic pop duo Purity Ring have dropped two new songs, “Peacefall” and “Pink Lightning.”
“Pink Lightning” is paired with an offbeat visual of a journey through computer windows, while “Peacefall” comes with a video of Purity Ring’s Megan James chain-stitching its lyrics.
“Heavy as the weight in my chest o this seldom dread, lying in the dark with a wake curled over my head / In all my blood I’d rather be found o my recklessness, thunder o the fury of peace,” James declares on “Pink Lightning.”
Both tracks, along with the previously released “Stardew,” will appear on Purity Ring’s upcoming album, Womb. It breaks a five-year silence since their last album Another Eternity, though they did put out the one-off track “Asido” in 2017.
Womb is due for release on April 3 via 4AD. Watch the video for “Pink Lightning” here:
And watch the clip for “Peacefall” below: