October 7, 2013 16:59

Arthur Beatrice announce debut album details

'Working Out' will be released on February 3 2014

Arthur Beatrice announce debut album details

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Arthur Beatrice have announced details of their debut album 'Working Out'

Working Out will be released on February 3 2014 through OAR/Polydor Records. The 11-track record was produced by the band themselves at their East London studio, No. 1 Baltic Place. It was mixed by Lexxx at Konk Studios.

Speaking about the release, which will be preceded by new single 'Grand Union' on November 4, Arthur Beatrice say: "'Working Out' is the first time we have produced something entirely by ourselves. The record is very personal to us, having been written and recorded in our own space, where we were able to take the time to craft it into something we're hugely proud of."

Scroll down to see the full 'Working Out' tracklisting and Kate Moross-directed video for 'Grand Union'.

'Carter (Uncut)'
'More Scrapes'
'Grand Union'
'Ornament & Safeguard'

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