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xPropaganda has premiered the video for its new single “Don’t (You Mess With Me),” which will feature on its new album The Heart Is Strange.
The band is made up of Claudia Brücken and Susanne Freytag, two members of the German synth-pop band Propaganda, which split up in 1990 after releasing only one album, A Secret Wish.
In 2018, Brücken and Freytag reformed under the name xPropaganda and headlined two sold-out shows at London’s The Garage that spring. They also were asked to join Heaven 17 as its support band on its tour later that year.
Now, the duo has reunited with producer Stephen Lipson (Paul McCartney, Annie Lennox, Ronan Keating) who worked on A Secret Wish, to create The Heart Is Strange. The album will be released by UMC on the ZTT label on May 20 and will be accompanied by a return to The Garage on May 24.
“Don’t (You Mess With Me)” is the first track to be taken from the upcoming record. “You better keep your distance/And don’t you mess with me,” they sing over metallic synth-pop, switching between English and German as the song continues.
The single comes with a video that finds Brücken, Freytag, and Lipson in a completely white room, black outfits, furniture, and instruments contrasting with their surroundings.
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