SAULT announces new record NINE, which will be available for only 99 days

The elusive British music group SAULT have announced a new record titled NINE. The project, presumably a new album, will be available for download and streaming for a total of 99 days and will also be pressed on vinyl. The band’s website currently says “108 Days Left of NINE,” which appears to imply that NINE will be released in nine days (Friday, June 25). Find the band’s announcement and ostensible artwork below. Pitchfork contacted SAULT for more information.

Last year, SAULT released two albums: Untitled (Black Is) and Untitled (Rise). The first, SAULT’s third LP, was released on June 17 amid the global protests that erupted in the wake of the murder of George Floyd.

Read more about Untitled (Black Is) in “Great Records You Might Have Missed: Summer 2020”.

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