Jamiroquai shares sci-fi inspired teaser video for first album in seven years
Jan 18 2017 by Francis Osborne
Though no release date has been officially announced, the announcement has thrown fans into such a frenzy they're looking into Jamiroquai's potential ASCAP holdings for new song titles.
The band have announced tour dates in Japan, South Korea and Europe from May to August, but have not confirmed any United Kingdom or Ireland dates.
The clip, dubbed #AUTOMATON TRANSMISSION 001 features the band's frontman Jay Kay exploring a variety of dystopian locations while the synth-heavy track builds into a futuristic beat.
While the band are yet to announce any United Kingdom dates, they are rumoured to be set to sign up to play Glastonbury.
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The new album comes seven years after the release of the band's seventh album Rock Dust Light Star, which reached number seven in the United Kingdom charts.
In a Facebook post, the band have also announced a run of festival appearances.
British funk band Jamiroquai is set to stage a comeback after a lengthy hiatus with a new album and world tour.