May 2, 2004 17:36


The second track to come from 'Heroes To Zeros' is...

THE BETA BAND will release their new single 'OUT-SIDE' on June 28.

The track is the second to be lifted from their latest album 'Heroes To Zeros' and will come out on CD and vinyl.

The video for 'Out-Side' is to be written and directed by the band and according to drummer Robin Jones it will be "a remake of
'The Carnival Of The Animals' starring humans instead of animals."

Details of B-sides are yet to be confirmed.

The Beta Band are currently on tour around the UK and you can catch them at:
Glasgow Barrowlands (May 3)
Aberdeen Beach Ballroom (4)
Newcastle University (5)
Manchester Academy (7)
Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (8)
Bristol Carling Academy (10)
Portsmouth Pyramid Centre (11)
Nottingham Rock City (12)
London Coronet (13)

For ticket availability, click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

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