The sleeve for Groove Armada’s next album Goodbye country (hello nightclub), released on 10 September, has been designed by Microdot Visual Communications. The design pays homage to Pink Floyd’s 1969 album cover for Ummagumma, says Microdot creative director Bran Cannon. ‘We wanted to get away from the idea that Groove Armada is just another studio-based digital band – they are musicians,’ Cannon explains. The shoot took place at Lazy Moon Farm in Stratford-upon-Avon. Photography is by Martyn Goodacre.
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