Brand New to reissue their debut album 'Your Favourite Weapon'

Long Island will release a repackaged version of their 2001 LP in November

Brand New to reissue their debut album 'Your Favourite Weapon'
Brand New have announced that they will reissue their debut album 'Your Favourite Weapon' in November.

The band will re-release the album, which was originally released in 2001, on November 21, with a new addition featuring all new artwork and linear notes as well as a download card with previously unreleased demos.

Brand New tour the UK next year. The Long Island band, who were last in the UK in January 2010 for a one-off date at London's Wembley Arena, will play eight shows in February.

These begin in Bristol at the O2 Academy on February 8 and end on February 17, when the band headline Cardiff's Great Hall venue.

The band have spent the past few months working on the follow-up to their 2009 fourth album 'Daisy', but they have not indicated whether this tour is in support of a new release or if they intend to debut any new material in their live set.

The tracklisting for 'Your Favorite Weapon' is as follows:

'The Shower Scene'
'Jude Law And A Semester Abroad'
'Sudden Death in Carolina'
'Mix Tape'
'Failure By Design'
'Last Chance To Lose Your Keys'
'Logan To Government Center'
'The No Seatbelt Song'
'Seventy Times 7'
'Secondary'
'Magazines'
'Soco Amaretto Lime'


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