Pedestrian and Solomon Grey also pop up on the forthcoming full-length.

London dance duo Dusky have recruited grime godfather Wiley and synth-pop hero Gary Numan for their forthcoming album Outer.

Wiley appears on the new single ‘Sort It Out Sharon’, which they’re pitching as a “warehouse belter” combining “industrial techno, grime and ’93 rave vibes”.

Numan appears on the “new beat nodding” ‘Swansea’, while Decca Records duo Solomon Grey add vocals to the “Underworld-esque” ‘Long Wait’ and Maribou State affiliate Pedestrian sings on downtempo closer ‘Spruce’.

“The one thing we wanted to avoid at all costs was having lots of features for features sake,” says Dusky’s Nick Harriman.

“Our vision for the collaborators was a really simple one – work with artists we respect and admire on tracks that genuinely demand that something extra to fulfil their potential,” adds bandmate Alfie Granger-Howell.

Outer drops on September 30. Hear Wiley on ‘Sort It Out Sharon’ below and see the artwork and tracklist underneath.


01. ‘All We Ever Needed’
02. ‘Tiers’
03. ‘Runny Nose’
04. ‘Trough’
05. ‘Sort It Out Sharon’ feat. Wiley
06. ‘Long Wait’ feat. Solomon Grey
07. ‘Songs Of Phase’
08. ‘Swansea’ feat. Gary Numan
09. ‘Marble’ (vocals by Alfie Granger-Howell)
10. ‘Ingrid Is A Hybrid’
11. ‘Spruce’ feat. Pedestrian



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