Pendulum Announces ‘NOTHING FOR FREE’ and ‘DRIVER’ Release Date

Electronic band Pendulum will be releasing ‘NOTHING FOR FREE’ and ‘DRIVER’ on September 17! You might be familiar with the tracks as they were highlights off their Rampage Radio set from their HQ.

Swire confirmed on Instagram, earlier this year, new music would be released from the band in 2020. However, a set date was never put in place. Fortunately, the time has finally come.

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With the arrival of this new work, Pendulum will return from their ten-year hiatus from releasing music. Although the electronic band has performed in some of the biggest festivals within the last few years, fans continue to anxiously wait for them to release new tunes.

In 2018, the band released The Reworks album which contained remixes of some of their earlier hits. Artists such as Skrillex, Noisia, Grabbitz, and Attlas debuted their own renditions of the iconic tracks. Once this album was released, Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen then chose to dedicate their time to the Knife Party Project. Luckily, they’re now back with brand new Pendulum music through two distinct tracks which fans will surely be happy about.