NERO “Draw Energy” From the Streets of London in New Single: Listen

NERO are back with "Draw Energy" the third single off their long-awaited album, Into The Unknown.

Set to release sometime this year, the album is the influential trio's first since 2015. They said the new single has a transhumanist theme, exploring the relationship between humanity and technology via the sound of a machine they encountered in London.

"This song started with the first sound you hear in the track—which was a piece of machinery that we recorded in a car park. We knew we wanted to build something heavy and energetic around it but with a feeling of 'human meets machine,'" they said in a statement.

The technological element is introduced immediately in "Draw Energy" before the human element comes into play by virtue of a breathy refrain: "Don’t stop. Take me. Breathe. Draw Energy."

With its mechanized saws and glowing drums, the new single follows the release of October's "Truth" and NERO's first drum & bass song in 14 years, "Blame You." Moreover, after revealing that they found a stash of CDs featuring unreleased music from the 2000s, they would later confirm that the contents will be released on their fan club page over the course of the year.

Listen to "Draw Energy" below and find the new single on streaming platforms here.