Today’s song, featured on The Afternoon Show with Kevin Cole, is "Flatland" by Tunng, from the 2018 album Songs You Make At Night on Full Time Hobby.
WRITTEN BY JASMINE ALBERTSON
PHOTO BY Eva Vermandel

Folktronica pioneers Tunng recently returned with "Flatland," their first song in four years. Inspired by Edwin Abbott Abbott's 1884 book of the same name about a two-dimensional world, the song features "the hookiest rolling finger pick of all time, inserted through a controversial three dimensional effects loop," says founding member Mike Lindsay. As of late, Lindsay has been busy rolling out the debut album his side project LUMP with Laura Marling, which dropped last week. "Flatland" comes off of their forthcoming album, Songs You Make At Night, which will be released on August 24 via Full Time Hobby. Their last studio album was Turbines in 2013.

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