Grammy-winning, Ivor Novello-nominated live electronic trio NERO have unveiled their latest single ‘Too Many Questions’ off their highly-anticipated album Into The Unknown.

An enticing parlay into the next phase of Into The Unknown, ‘Too Many Questions’ is a sharp turn from the album’s preceding singles. Diverging from the hard-hitting drum & bass of ‘Blame You’ and dark, mechanical sounds of ‘Draw Energy’, ‘Too Many Questions’ dips into UK garage and house styles, showcasing the sonic depth threaded throughout their impending third album. Initially written during the creation of Between II Worlds, ‘Too Many Questions’ is led by Alana Watson’s intimate vocal performance and spellbinding lyricism reminiscent of their Welcome Reality hit ‘Promises’.

“We found the vocal recently in an old forgotten folder. It was originally a verse and bridge idea Alana had written for ‘Two Minds’ (2015). On discovering it, we knew straight away we wanted to make a garage house track for it.” – NERO

Last year, Daniel Stephens, Joe Ray, and Alana Watson reemerged as NERO with their first solo single, ‘Truth’, following a five-year hiatus. Nearly a decade since the band headlined Coachella's Outdoor Stage (2015) and premiered their second studio album Between II Worlds, NERO will conclude their album trilogy this year with Into The Unknown.

Marking a significant return for the trio, Into The Unknown traces the final chapters of NERO’s post-apocalyptic tale of humanity’s dichotic destiny; where science and fantasy, beauty and brutality, creation and destruction meet in harmony. Enveloped with the band’s lust for the metaphysical and the existential, Into The Unknown encapsulates the dystopian universe NERO have built over the past 20 years with their epic trilogy.

‘Too Many Questions’ arrives ahead of NERO’s highly anticipated Into The Unknown album, out August 16th, and U.S. tour, which is on-sale now. Stream ‘Too Many Questions’ available now on all platforms.

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