Pendulum Release New Single Featuring Matt Tuck
Known for their renowned debut album ‘Hold Your Colour’ and the UK #1 and #2 for ‘Immersion’ and ‘In Silico’, Penulum are considered one of the biggest electronic bands of all time. They have sold over one million albums in the UK alone and are considered to be among the biggest electronic bands of all time.
Australian drum and bass group Pendulum have released a new single and official video for “Halo,” featuring Bullet For My Valentine frontman Matt Tuck. The track is the first new music from Pendulum since 2021’s “Elemental,” and it marks their first collaboration with a rock band.
“Halo” is a powerful and anthemic track that combines Pendulum’s signature electronic sound with Tuck’s soaring vocals. The song is about the pressure of fame and the need to stay true to oneself, and it features a message of hope and resilience.
The official video for “Halo” was directed by Kristian Young and features Pendulum performing the song in a series of visually stunning environments. The video also features Tuck singing his vocal parts on a television screen, which creates a sense of duality and conflict.
“Halo” is a strong and confident return for Pendulum, and it shows that the band is still capable of creating innovative and exciting music. The track is a must-listen for fans of both Pendulum and Bullet For My Valentine, and it is sure to be a hit on the festival circuit this summer.
Performing at Glastonbury, Download, Reading and Leeds and a recent headline slot at Ultra Miami, Pendulum have been an unstoppable, award-winning act. They have sold out global arena tours and played to thousands across main stages. The band recently sold out London’s iconic Alexandra Palace after launching new music alongside fan favorites including ‘Watercolour’ and ‘Propane Nightmares’. In addition to Download Festival, the band will perform at a one-day festival in London’s Gunnersbury Park this summer along with Limp Bizkit.
‘Halo’ is just the beginning for the band, with an ambitious and exciting year ahead.
The full schedule of Pendulum’s live performances is as follows:
9th June – Download Festival, Donnington UK
15th July – Beat Herder Festival, Clitheroe UK
16th July – Electric Bay Festival, Torquay UK
21st July – Electric Castle Festival, Cluj România
29th July – Monegros Desert Festival, Aragon, Spain
13th August – Gunnersbury Park, London UK
1st September – Lindisfarne Festival, Holy Island UK
16th September – Tokyo World Festival, Bristol UK