This one might surprise you...
As Trent Reznor and friends prepare to take Belsonic, another track from the excellent new Hesitation Marks (awarded a very healthy eight out of ten in the new issue of Hot Press) album has surfaced on BBC Radio 1.
'Everything' is something of a change of pace, boasting oddly cheery vocals and a guitar line that sounds like a splice of The Cure and The Strokes. It's but a few hours old and it's already dividing staunch NIN fans down the middle. Our verdict? Awesome! Have a listen below.
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