March 30, 2010 23:51

Band Of Horses announce new album tracklisting and single details

The group's third album will be released on May 17

Band Of Horses announce new album tracklisting and single details
Band Of Horses have announced the tracklisting for their new album 'Infinite Arms' - and details of a new single.

The group's third album is the follow-up to 2007's 'Cease To Begin'.

Meanwhile, the first single from the album is set to be 'Compliments' and it will be issued as a digital-only release on April 1.

As previously reported, the band will embark on a European tour which includes a one-off show at London's KOKO on April 12, before they play dates in Cambridge, Manchester, London and Oxford in June.

The tracklisting for 'Infinite Arms' is as follows:

'Factory'
'Compliments'
'Laredo'
'Blue Beard'
'On My Way Back Home'
'Infinite Arms'
'Dilly'
'Evening Kitchen'
'Older'
'For Annabelle'
'NW Apt'
'Neighbor'

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