Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs dispenses second single from forthcoming LP

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs dispenses second single from forthcoming LPTEED 2022 By Dan Wilton

Orlando Higginbottom aka Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (TEED) is roaring back onto radars with another engaging single from his forthcoming album, When the Lights Go. In an Instagram post, TEED shared details about the LP’s lead single, “Trouble,” and why releasing his second full-length project has been a decade in the making:

“After a long time of trying to find a way to put music out where I could be fairly paid for my work, own my work, and generally not be scammed, I’m pleased to say I am releasing this record on my own label Nice Age. I will never own my first record ‘Trouble,’ it’s signed to Universal forever. Aside from how that feels personally, I am committed to creating a better situation for all artists in this music business—nobody should be signing a bad record deal, and perhaps nobody should be signing record deals at all.”

The latest preview of When The Lights Go comes in the form of “Crosswalk”; the evocative song is a layered synth-wave stunner primed for the main stage. Featuring restrained vocals from the musician, oscillating keys, and pleasantly repetitive distortions, the dance cut sheds light on this new era of music from the Los Angeles producer. When The Lights Go will chronicle a decade of events in the artist’s life in introspective and eclectic three-to-four-minute nuggets of sound. Pre-order the LP via TEED’s own Nice Age label.

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