After wrapping their groundbreaking 'Shaking the Habitual' Tour in 2014 in support of their mammoth third album of the same name, The Knife called it quits. The brother-sister duo of Karin Dreijer Andersson and Olaf Dreijer entered an indefinite hiatus, leaving a void in electronic music that no one has come close to filling ever since. Fortunately for us, they are briefly stepping into the spotlight with a just-announced concert film and live album of their performance at New York's Terminal 5. Watch the trailer below.

Both the film and the album will arrive on Friday, September 1, but thanks to good old streaming rights, The Knife have run into some issues. As of press time, the audio-version of Shaking The Habitual: Live At Terminal 5 won't be available to stream in North America, the United Kingdom or Ireland, so the band will be hosting it on their website.

Stay tuned for what might be the last new release from The Knife. Revisit the video for album single "A Tooth for an Eye" below.

In other music news, Chance the Rapper got a very special shout out from a certain Barack Obama at his concert last night. Get the scoop on that right here.

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