Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs announces first album in 10 years, debuts lead single

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (TEED) unleashed a pleasantly somniferous new single, “Blood in the Snow,” on March 30. The striking yet subtle tune has been formally announced as the lead single from TEED’s forthcoming LP, Where The Lights Go. The upcoming album will debut this summer, according to a press release, and will be TEED‘s (aka Orlando Higginbottom‘s) first album in a decade. Recorded at his home studio in Los Angeles, the meticulously produced single features plenty of percussive instrumentals in the context of a generally luscious soundscape.

TEED’s collaboration with Bonobo, “Heartbreak,” was nominated for Best Dance/Electronic Recording at the 2022 Grammy Awards, though RÜFÜS DU SOL’s “Alive” ultimately took the title. Nevertheless, the artist has plenty to celebrate this year. His A Dream I Have tour officially kicked off at Las Vegas’ Discopussy and A Club Called Rhonda on April 2 in anticipation of the Grammy Awards. Now, TEED will continue to make his rounds across North America, playing unreleased music and brand new iterations of the prolific EPs and singles that he’s released in the past two years. Visit his website for a full list of dates and tickets.

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