I Like Trains have unveiled ‘Dig In’, the second single from forthcoming album ‘KOMPROMAT’ which will be released on August 21st. Coming eight years after their previous album release, this album deals with the thorny subject of information; how we consume it, how we process it and how our personal data can be used for political and financial gain.

‘Dig in’ sees the Leeds based band turn their ire towards the campaign managers and “special advisors” who manoeuvre their people into positions of power.

Vocalist David Martin said of the new single:

“This one is for those morally bankrupt schemers who have managed to leverage extraordinary power and wealth while never being on the ballot. For a job that would serve them best by working in the shadows, it’s incredible to see how their egos have landed them all in hot water. They can’t seem to help themselves, and yet somehow they manage to worm their way out of any real justice by calling in favours and laying low until it all blows over.”

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