The Notwist Return with New Song ‘Ship’ Featuring Saya

German indie band The Notwist have returned with their first new song in six years titled ‘Ship’. The track features vocals from Saya, singer of the Japanese band Tenniscoats. Check it out below.

Speaking of the new track, singer Markus Acher explained in a statement: “Just like Saya is saying in the lyrics: ‘I want to go outside, I want to meet people,’ ‘Ship’ is another chapter in what The Notwist always tries to do: redefining itself, exploring something new, integrating different styles of music and collaborating with musicians they admire.”

‘Ship’ will be part of an upcoming EP of the same name, set to drop this August via German label Morr Music. The Notwist are also reportedly working on a new full-length release, which would be their first since their 2014 comeback album Close To The Glass.

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