Metronomy share new single 'Things will be fine'

With their highly-anticipated new album set to land next month, Metronomy have now dropped the next cut to be lifted from their forthcoming full-length.

The new single 'Things will be fine' comes accompanied by a nostalgic new video, and follows on from the previously shared lead track 'It's good to be back' in previewing their new LP 'Small World', which arrives on the 18th February via Because Music.

Speaking about the new offering and video, frontman Joe Mount describes it as a “sort of pseudo role-play therapy session in which we all re-visit our teenage selves. Everyone ended up more scarred than they did before making it…apart from Michael and his f*#king guinea pigs”.

Check out the new visuals for 'Things will be fine' in the player below.

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