Listen to Worship, the second single from Golden Features' debut album, SECT

Listen to Worship, the second single from Golden Features' debut album, SECT

He's unveiled the tracklist to the July 27-due LP, all ahead of the Australian tour to celebrate.

Tom Stell, under the guise (and mask) of Golden Features, less-is-more approach with releases over the past couple of years is slowly reaching the crescendo that will be his debut album, SECT, out July 27 (pre-order it HERE). And following on from first single Falling Out, today sees the release of single #2 in Worship, a track that sits somewhere between the poppier elements of the track that came before, and the dirtier stuff fans first fell in love a few years ago. A winding, grinding number, it contains just enough dirt to satiate the more banger-focused punters out there, whilst again hinting at an evolving sound that promises a full-length release with a little more meat on its bones than just big drops.

Speaking of that full lengh release, you can check out the tracklist below, and mark your diaries for that upcoming tour, where he'll be joined by Big Wild and Nyxen for his biggest headline shows to date:

1. Always
2. Medicate
3. Runner
4. Falling Out
5. Woodcut
6. Pyre
7. Renewal
8. Worship
9. Everything
10. 1991

TOUR DATES:

Sat 11 Aug – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

Wed 15 Aug – Eatons Hill, Brisbane

Fri 17 Aug – HBF Stadium, Perth

Fri 24 Aug – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide

Sat 25 Aug – The Forum, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Sun 26 Aug - The Forum, Melbourne (NEW SHOW)

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