This announcement comes ahead of the band’s world tour which kicks off on the 21st of September. The band, who’s music has been labelled as neo-psychedelic and experimental, have been releasing music since 1992.
The album is to be called And Nothing Hurt, and is due to be released 7th September 2018. So far, the space-rock band have released two tracks from the LP: ‘A Perfect Miracle’ and the lead single ‘I’m Your Man.’ The music video to ‘I’m Your Man’ was released June 11th, watch the video below.
And Nothing Hurt will be the first album released by the band in six years.
The track list of the upcoming album has also been released.
1. A Perfect Miracle
2. I’m Your Man
3. Here It Comes (The Road) Let’s Go
4. Let’s Dance
5. On The Sunshine
7. The Morning After
8. The Prize
9. Sail On Through
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