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Massive Attack to release music 'spontaneously' in 2011

Massive Attack to release music 'spontaneously' in 2011

Massive Attack have said they will "spontaneously" release new music during 2011.

Robert '3D' Del Naja from the Bristol band admitted that "it's more fun putting things out randomly" than sticking to a schedule.

"We got quite a bit of EPs out next year," he told Spinner. "We're tired of the cycle of album, tour. It's more fun putting things out randomly, sort of spontaneously. We've done it quite traditionally this year, so maybe next year, a bit unorthodox."

Meanwhile, Massive Attack[ will release their 'Atlas Air EP' on November 22. The four-track EP will include two new mixes of 'Atlas Air', plus a new song called 'Redlight', which features Elbow's Guy Garvey. Proceeds from the EP will be donated to War Child.

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