INK - "Try What You Don't Know" (stream) (Premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

5 November 2013

INK's bright, melodic "Try What You Don't Know" offers a refreshing departure from the dark, downbeat atmospherics that's in vogue these days.

Brit electro newcomers INK must not be suffering from the post-daylight savings doldrums, not if their bright, melodic single “Try What You Don’t Know” is any indication. Buoyed by a driving, enthusiastic pace and the coed vocals of Colin Mac and Miriam Massie, “Try What You Don’t Know”, which premieres on PopMatters, offers a refreshing departure from the dark, downbeat atmospherics shading the genre INK works in. Backed by a cover of Twin Shadow’s “5 Seconds” as its b-side, “Try What You Don’t Know” comes out on 11 November in the UK and 12 November in the U.S. via INK Music.

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