Hear Ibibio Sound Machine’s new song “Tell Me (Doko Mien)”

From the new album Doko Mien, out March 22

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London-based sextet Ibibio Sound Machine have announced that their new album Doko Mien will be released by Merge on March 22.

Hear the title track “Tell Me (Doko Mien)” below:

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You can pre-order Doko Mien, including the white vinyl version, here.

Ibibio Sound Machine tour the UK and North America in May – peruse their itinerary below:

Mar 5th | Brighton, UK – Concorde 2
Mar 9th | Bristol, UK – Colston Hall
Mar 13th | London, UK – 100 Club [SOLD OUT]
Mar 14th | London, UK – 100 Club
Mar 15th | Manchester, UK – YES
Mar 16th | Manchester, UK – YES
Mar 18th | Washington, DC – U Street Music Hall
Mar 20th | New York, NY – Brooklyn Bowl
Mar 22nd | Montreal, QC – L’Astral
Mar 23rd | Toronto, ON – Mod Club
Mar 25th | Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
Mar 27th | Oakland, CA – New Parish
Mar 28th | Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
May 4th | Leeds, UK – Live at Leeds
May 5th | Leicester, UK – Handmade Festival
May 24th | London, UK – All Points East Festival

The March 2019 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with New Order on the cover. Inside, you’ll find Pete Shelley (RIP), our massive 2019 albums preview, Sharon Van Etten, Mark Knopfler, Paul Simonon, John Martyn, Steve Gunn and much more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including Bruce Springsteen, William Tyler and the Dream Syndicate.

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