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VIDEO: Exclusive Metronomy Album Track-By-Track


Acclaimed electronic act Metronomy release their fourth studio album today, as they look to cement their position as one of the UK's best acts.

Entitled Love Letters, it's been preceded by the single release of the title track, which saw legendary director Michel Gondry direct the video.

The rest of the album is just as special, and we've got our hands on an exclusive video which sees frontman Joseph Mount talk through each track on the album, revealing the inspirations and stories behind each song. It was filmed at London's Toe Rag studios, one of the places where Love Letters was recorded.

Watch below and listen to the album now on Music Unlimited.

Love Letters is out now on Because/Elektra

(Images: Rex)



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