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Single is the first from new album 'Some Loud Thunder'

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah return with new single
Brooklyn band Clap Your Hands Say Yeah are to release the first single from their new album next month.

‘Satan Said Dance’ is set for release on February 19.

As previously reported, the band release their second album ‘Some Loud Thunder’ on January 29, as well as playing a handful of shows in the UK and Ireland in February, including sold out shows in Dublin and London.

The dates are as follows:

Dublin Tripod (February 1)
Manchester Academy (2)
Glasgow Barrowlands (3)
Birmingham Academy (4)
London Shepherds Bush Empire (13)


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