Pendulum are set to return with new music and live show. After the tragic passing of Keith Flint earlier this month, Pendulum announced that they would step in to replace The Prodigy in closing out London’s SW4 on Sunday 25th August, but it appears that this news is only the beginning.
Speaking to DJ Mag, the Australian Drum & Bass trailblazers announced their new live show TRINITY, which they’ll be taking on a world tour this year.
Alongside the tour, they also revealed the coming of an EP series and a full-length studio album.
The Australian drum & bass trailblazers will replace The Prodigy to close London’s SW4 on Sunday, 25th August. The date will double up as a first look at the band’s new TRINITY live production show.
Last year, Pendulum returned with their first release in over seven years, so fans have been chomping at the bit for news of more new music.
Pendulum’s Trinity World Tour will be taking in performances across the UK, Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia in 2019 and 2020 with SW4 this being the official debut of this exciting new chapter in the Pendulum history books.