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Alabama Shakes stream new album 'Sound & Color'

The band's second LP is set for official release on April 20

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Southern rockers Alabama Shakes are currently streaming their new album 'Sound & Color'.

The album is due for official release on April 20 but is available to stream via NPR.

The album, co-produced with Blake Mills (Norah Jones, Lana Del Rey, Conor Oberst) comes out three years after their Grammy-nominated debut 'Boys & Girls', something powerhouse vocalist Brittany Howard does not regret: “We took our time to write this record, and I'm really glad we did. We were able to sit down and think about what's exciting to us. This record is full of genre-bending songs."

Alabama Shakes played at Coachella Festival in California over the weekend to a crowd that were more than appreciative of their talents, evidenced by punters being sent into a frenzied state during an exuberant rendition of new single 'Gimme All Your Love'.

The full tracklisting for the album is as follows:

'Sound and Color'
'Don't Wanna Fight'
'Dunes'
'Future People'
'Gimme All Your Love'
'This Feeling'
'Guess Who'
'The Greatest'
'Shoegaze'
'Miss You'
'Gemini'
'Over My Head'


Alabama Shakes will be heading out on tour in the UK this May, playing Brighton, Birmingham and Manchester, with a date in London scheduled for November. Full details are listed below:

Birmingham O2 Academy (May 13)
Brighton The Dome (15)
Manchester O2 Apollo (16)
London O2 Academy Brixton (November 18)

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