An amicable split followed in the summer of 2005, along with a determination to keep things simple next time around. Theres no stopping the Globes flow though, despite this hiccup the music was coming thick and fast. New vocalist Silja, of Nouvelle Vague fame, as well as collaborations with Televisions Tom Verlaine and old accomplice Boy George, delivered a breath of fresh air and it became clear they needed a suitable outlet for their re-energised musical vision. Global Underground, with its history of dance music pioneers, was an obvious first choice and quickly snapped the boys up a happy beginning all round.
Getting straight down to business, this summer will see the moody brooding (Music Week) Break My World with new mixes for 2006 plus Dark Globes long-awaited album proper 'Nostalgia For The Future', on which you're just as likely to hear infectious guitar riffs, a wide-screen melodic sensibility and dirty beats following in the tradition of English electronic duos from the Pet Shop boys to Basement Jaxx. With the album and a live tour planned for early September, things are just starting to get interesting.. Dark Globe Interview: http://www.progressive-sounds.com/artists/Dark-Globe/Dark-Globe-interview-7-2006.asp Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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