Big Deal confirm second album details

London duo to release 'June Gloom' on June 3

Big Deal confirm second album details

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Big Deal have announced details of their second album 'June Gloom'.

The album will be released by duo Alice Costelloe and Kacey Underwood via Mute on June 3. Scroll down to hear new single 'In Your Car', which is set for release on April 22, now. Speaking about how they wrote the track following a long road trip, Costelloe says: "That fun, road trip kind of a song doesn’t happen a lot with English rock bands because it’s just not in the culture."

Produced by Rory Atwell, who has previously worked with Palma Violets and Veronica Falls, 'June Gloom' also includes the song 'Teradactol', released in 2012.

Big Deal released their first album 'Lights Out' in 2011. It featured the songs 'Chair', 'Homework' and 'Cool Like Kurt'.

The 'June Gloom' tracklisting is:

'Golden Light'
'Swapping Spit'
'In Your Car'
'Dream Machines'
'Call And I'll Come'
'Teradactol'
'Pristine'
'Pillow'
'Catch Up'
'Little Dipper'
'PG'
'Close Your Eyes'






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