“I wanted to make something that celebrated some of the moments and figures of UK club culture.”
The song is accompanied by a striking Marcus Lyall visual shot at the duo's sold-out Alexandra Palace shows in London.
Influential artists such as Kraftwerk, David Bowie, Brian Eno, Stevie Wonder and Ultravox used ARP instruments in their music.
The new track will receive its world premiere on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music show 'Beats 1' tomorrow.
Reznor and Ross already have an impressive film scoring resume that also includes 'The Social Network' and 'Gone Girl'.
His latest work to be linked to themes of science, history and exploration, it features 11 new tracks and revisits his most famous film themes.
They’ll join previously announced stars including The Cure, Smashing Pumpkins, Bon Iver and more.
'Vienna' has never previously before been performed as a whole, while selections from 'Visage' will also be making their live debut.
Continuing their 20th anniversary celebrations for their seminal release 'Mezzanine', Massive Attack have shared a free music app that allows users to create interactive remixes of the album’s tracks.
The ever-popular 'Galvanize' won a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in February 2006.
Directed by Max Vitali, it opens with the blurry close-up of the Swedish electro-star before revealing a room of sweat-soaked dancers writhing to the music.
Celebrity contributors also include Gary Numan, The Human League's Phil Oakey and New Order's Stephen Morris.
The band's forthcoming album is the long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s UK chart-topping 'Born In The Echoes.'
The electronic duo also recently released the accompanying dystopian music video, featuring a group of AI robots who rebel against their masters to hit the dance floor.
The video was directed by Dom&Nic, previously responsible for Chemical Brothers videos including 'Block Rockin' Beats' and 'Setting Sun'.
Robyn has expanded her tour dates to include 11 European shows, in addition to her massive run of American dates to perform her new album 'Honey'.