The Knife Are Teasing Something
The band called it quits back in 2014
Published Aug 11, 2020Now-defunct Swedish electronic duo the Knife are celebrating 20 years since the band's inception with a mysterious new post, teasing — well, something.
"Some news tomorrow," the band's Instagram post reads, instructing fans to subscribe to the band's mailing list for updates. The comment sections of their various social feeds are filled with excited followers, exclaiming, "We need more!" and "I'm crying of happiness."
Exactly what "news" is coming tomorrow remains unclear. Back in 2017, the band employed a similar tactic to tease their Shaking the Habitual: Live at Terminal 5 live album and film, culled from their final studio album, 2013's Shaking the Habitual.
Last year, the Knife teamed up with Björk and offshoot Fever Ray for a series of remixes. The band announced their split back in 2014. Prior to their breakup, they released five full-length albums, including 2006's wildly popular Silent Shout.
See their latest update below, and head to the band's website to try to decode whatever all this new Knife-y action is supposed to mean.