BANKS Delivers Angst With Her 'Gemini Feed'


BANKS is dropping singles in the lead-up to her upcoming second album The Altar, with the latest being her new release "Gemini Feed." The track premiered as Annie Mac's Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1 and could easily heat up your summer with its scorching emotions and lyrics. Just like her last single,  "F**k With Myself," BANKS is going in on an ex-bae who didn't love her back, singing, "And to think you would get me to the altar / Like I follow you around like a dog that needs water / But admit it that you wanted me smaller / If you would have let me grow / You could have kept my love." The track is catchy and features her signature synth and cyber sounds that we're sure are likely to populate her album just as much as her "I can be bad all by myself" angst.

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The Altar drops September 30th, and, looking at the tracklist, we're curious to see how many more audio morsels she'll leave for us before then. You can cop the single and pre-order her sophomore effort on iTunes now. If you need a little more convincing, listen to "Gemini Feed" right here.

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BANKS The Altar tracklist:

1. Gemini Feed
2. F**k With Myself
3. Lovesick
4. Mind Games
5. Trainwreck
6. This Is Not About Us
7. Weaker Girl
8. Mother Earth
9. Judas
10. Haunt
11. Poltergeist
12. To The Hilt
13. 27 Hours

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