The Australian dance-rockers Gold Fields released a self-titled EP earlier this year; now they are gearing up their debut LP, Black Sun, for release in January on Astralwerks. You can check out that record's first single, "Dark Again," a shuffling cut with a thick bassline and massive chorus.
Frontman Mark Fuller says the track started out in 2010 as a demo that the band toyed with constantly throughout the recording process. "The lyrics were written about pulling yourself out of a rut," Fuller tells Rolling Stone. "More specifically, pulling a relationship out of a rut. It's just about snapping out of a negative mindframe and realizing that you've got something pretty special."
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