Ahead of Faith In Strangers, the anticipated follow-up to his 2012 breakout Luxury Problems, Manchester producer Andy Stott revealed the forthcoming LP's title track.

'Faith In Strangers' follows in the wake of the burgeoning serenity of 'Violence', which made its way out late in September. Both tracks play with the familiar vocal element of Alison Skidmore - a tactic which was largely absent on Stott's aforementioned 2012 debut. Unlike the aptly titled 'Violence', however, 'Faith In Strangers' ventures into a newer and comfortable territory for Stott. Here, he parses morbid spaciousness with uptempo warmth and even a mildly grooving bassline. Still, beneath the sheer of the slightly modified composition, 'Faith In Strangers' is illuminated by chambered echoes that eek of distance.

Listen below and look out for Faith In Strangers, coming November 17th and 18th via Modern Love.

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