Animal Collective's Panda Bear announces solo album title and release details

Noah Lennox to release 'TOMBOY' in September

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Animal Collective's Panda Bear has revealed details of his next solo album.

The follow-up to 2007's 'Person Pitch', the album will be called 'TOMBOY' and will be released via Paw Tracks in September.

Rumours of the 'TOMBOY' title had begun circulating early last week after Noah Lennox wore a T-shirt with the name on, and now his publicist has confirmed it, reports Gorilla Vs Bear.

Lennox, who has just finished a series of solo shows in Germany and Beligum, where he showcased material from the new album, is set to play a one-off London show in March.

Meanwhile, the trailer for Animal Collective's film ODDSAC, has appeared online. The film, which is currently featuring at the Sundance Film Festival, is set for screenings in New York and Chicago in March.

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