- 19 May 21
The British band's highly-anticipated 15th album 'Future Past' is set for global release on October 22.
Birmingham group Duran Duran have released their latest single 'Invisible' along with the release date for their first album in six years Future Past.
The album is set to be released on October 22nd with Tape Modern for BMG.
The band have been teasing the video for 'Invisible' all week to fans on social media, dropping the single this morning on BBC Radio 2’s Zoe Ball Breakfast Show.
The renowned outfit collaborated with producer Erol Alkan on the new track, which was mixed by Mark ‘Spike’ Stent.
Speaking about the new single co-founder and keyboardist, Nick Rhodes described the track as "a very unusual piece of music" with a sound fans have never heard before.
Not only that, Duran Duran has collaborated with Sony 360 Reality Audio, a new immersive music experience using Sony’s spatial sound technologies. Future Past will provide fans with a new, immersive way to listen to their songs.
The band are set to perform 'Invisible' in an exclusive televised performance at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards on May 23 on NBC in North America.
The Grammy-award winning group have been working on the new album for several years.
Lead singer Simon Le Bon revealed that he originally tried to convince his bandmates to release a "two or three track EP," whilst they were recording in 2018.
"Four days later, with the nucleus of 25 plus strong songs in the can, that all deserved development, I realised we’d be in it for the long haul, but that was before COVID. So here we are in 2021 with our 15th studio album, Future Past straining at the leash," he explained.
Pre-order the first new album from Duran Duran in six years here.
Watch the new video for 'Invisible' below: