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Guitarist Noble also promises another Tan Hill Festival

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British Sea Power are on the verge of finishing their new album, according to guitarist Noble.

In a blog on Britishseapower.co.uk the guitarist said the band, who have recently returned from touring Australia, are now set to head into the studio to complete the album.

He also promised fans that a new track will be given away next month and confirmed that British Sea Power are planning another Tan Hill Festival, to take place in May.

"We go into the studio at the end of the week to mix the new album, which will be all wrapped up in a few weeks. We're all very positive about it, and will hopefully be able to let you hear a track in a month's time," Noble wrote.

"There will be a few live dates at the end of April/early May too. Mostly regular shows, and some 'Man Of Aran' shows. The Tan Hill Festival (which is shaping up nicely) will also go ahead this year, on one glorious weekend in early May."

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