May 1, 2014 9:20

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The band's second album 'Jaded & Faded' will be released on June 17 via Julian Casablancas' label

Cerebral Ballzy announce new album, share new track – listen

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Cerebral Ballzy have announced details of their forthcoming album and shared new track 'Lonely As America', which you can listen to below.

The Brooklyn punks will release their second album 'Jaded & Faded' on June 17 via Julian Casablancas' label Cult Records. It is the follow up to their 2011 self-titled debut.

"We didn't want to write the same album with different song titles," drummer Tom Kogut told Rolling Stone. "We went into writing a lot of the songs with no set plans."

The first track to be taken from the album, 'Lonely As America', was produced by Dave Sitek (Beady Eye, Yeah Yeah Yeahs). It is, according to frontman Honor Titus, a song about "the vapid existence that so many of us fall into, shrouded under the guise of everyday life. This respective track is a bit more subdued and melodic. Something no one would expect from our initial effort." Listen to it below.

'Jaded & Faded' tracklisting:

'Another Day'
'Fake I.D'
'Parade of Idiots'?
'Better in Leather'
'City’s Girl'
'Lonely As America'?
'Downtown'?
'Speed Wobbles'?
'Fast Food'?
'Off With Your Head'?
'Pretty In The City'?
'Be Your Toy'?
'All I Ever Wanted'


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