June 15, 2011 21:00

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah to release new album in September Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Tickets

'Hysterical' will drop on September 12

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah to release new album in September

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Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have announced that they are to release their third studio album 'Hysterical' on September 12.

The New York band, who released their second album 'Some Loud Thunder' in 2007, have also posted a video teaser for the new album at Cdn.topspin.net. It has been produced by Explosions In The Sky and The Mountain Goats collaborator John Congleton.

The band are also set to play a pair of UK shows, they will appear at Sheffield's Queens Social Club on September 6 and on the day after, September 7 at London Scala.

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah are also booked to appear at the End Of The Road Festival in Dorset over the weekend of September 2 - 4.

To check the availability of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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