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British Sea Power have confirmed full details of their forthcoming new single and album.

As previously revealed on NME.COM, 'Open Season', the follow up to the 2003 debut 'The Decline Of British Sea Power', is released on 21 March. It will be preceded by a single, 'It Ended On An Oily Stage', on March 7.


The album's full tracklisting is:


'It Ended On An Oily Stage'
'Be Gone'
'Leaving Here'
'Like A Honeycomb'
'Please Stand Up'
'North Hanging Rock'
'To Get To Sleep'
'Victorian Ice'
'Oh Larsen B'
'The Land Beyond'
'True Adventures'



British Sea Power guitarist Noble said of the new record: "It is different to the first album. We reckon you could play this album all the way through without falling off your bike."


The band will be hitting the road in April to promote the album, calling at:


Bristol Anson Rooms (April 6)
Birmingham Academy (7)
Leeds Blank Canvas (8)
Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (9)
Manchester Academy 2 (10)
Norwich Waterfront (11)
London Forum (13)


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


The band are also currently working on ambitious plans for "major museum retrospectives" in conjunction with two renowned museums - the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, south London and the Booth Natural History Museum in Brighton.

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