IDER have announced their new album, ‘shame’

Check out lead single 'Cross Yourself' now.
Photo Credit: Georgia Strawson

IDER have confirmed they’re soon going to release a new album.

News of ‘shame’ – which follows on from 2019 debut ‘Emotional Education’, and is due out later this year – arrives alongside lead single ‘Cross Yourself’. The record saw the duo move to Berlin for writing sessions.

“We got there, and we got COVID four weeks later,” they explain. “We had three weeks of heaven where we wrote so much new music and it was everything we dreamed of, living that chaotic, no-routine lifestyle. We Thelma and Louised it back, because the messaging at the time was “if you don’t come back to London now, you never will.”

Of the track, they add: “‘Cross Yourself’ is a reflection on how we search for purpose – how we often attach meaning to things or like the idea of something external to believe in, in exchange for believing in ourselves.”

Check it out below.

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