Leeds duo Menace Beach will be releasing their new album Black Rainbow Sound next Friday (August 31st) on Memphis Industries. As one final teaser before we get to hear the full thing, they've put it out the synth-fueled 'Satellite'.

Explaining what the new single is about, Ryan of Menace Beach said "I wrote the words to 'Satellite' after I came back to Leeds and saw how crazily nuanced and weird the bond between Liza and her dog had become. It got me thinking about clairvoyance in human relationships and how developed and extrasensory they would become if we constantly studied each other as much as that little guy watches Liza, or even if we just paid a little more attention to each other."

This quite considerable idea is turned into something just utterly fun in Menace Beach's neon-grey synth sound. Surging forward from beginning to end on a bed of fuzzed-out guitars and infectious melodies, 'Satellite' has no problem in sweeping you up into the pair's bizarro vision of pop-rock. Check it out below.

Following the release of Black Rainbow Sound on August 31st, Menace Beach will be heading out on tour at these dates:

7 Sep – Leeds, Jumbo Records – 5:30PM
8 Sep – Huddersfield, Vinyl Tap Records – 2PM
9 Sep – Sheffield, Bear Tree Records – 3PM
11 Sep – Wakefield, Wah Wah Records – 6PM
18 Oct – Derby, The Hairy Dog
20 Oct – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
22 Oct – Glasgow, Broadcast
23 Oct – Newcastle, The Cluny 2
24 Oct – Manchester, Deaf Institute
25 Oct – London, Oslo
26 Oct – Bristol, Rough Trade
27 Oct – Sheffield, Picture House Social
02 Nov – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club