SBTRKT featuring Ezra Koenig - New Dorp. New York

21 August 2014, 13:53 | Updated: 16 June 2017, 17:17

SBTRKT New Dorp New York

The Vampire Weekend frontman guests on new material from Aaron Jerome's post-dubstep project.

Radio X presenter Dave Rowntree says of the track: "SBTRKT is Aaron Jerome and this from his new album Wonder Where We Land. New Dorp is a neighbourhood in Staten Island, New York and dorp of course means village in Dutch."

SBTRKT is the musical project led by Aaron Jerome. The single New Dorp New York is taken from the upcoming album Wonder Where We Land, to be released on 22 September 2014, on the Young Turks label.

Wonder Where We Land Album Track Listing:

1.    Day 1
2.    Wonder Where We Land (featuring Sampha)
3.    Lantern
4.    Higher (featuring Raury)
5.    Day 5
6.    Look Away (featuring Caroline Palochek)
7.    Osea
8.    Temporary View (featuring Sampha)
9.    New Dorp New York (featuring Ezra Koenig)
10.    Everybody Knows
11.    Problem (Solved) (featuring Jessie Ware)
12.    If It Happens (featuring Sampha)
13.    Gon Stay (featuring Sampha)
14.    The Light (featuring Denai Moore)
15.    Voices In My Head (featuring ASAP Ferg)

SBTRKT UK Tour Dates 2014:

6 September Bestival, Isle Of Wight
26 September O2 Academy, Leeds
27 September O2 ABC, Glasgow
29 September O2 Academy, Bristol
30 September Albert Hall, Manchester
1 October Rock City, Nottingham
2 October O2 Academy, Brixton

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