Clinic preview new album with online megamix

Liverpool band's sixth record is not out until October

Clinic preview new album with online megamix
Clinic have revealed details of their new album - which they are previewing with an online megamix.

The Liverpool band release their sixth album 'Bubblegum' on October 4. It will be preceded by a single, 'I'm Aware', on September 20.

Produced by John Congleton at Liverpool's Elevator Studios, the new record reportedly sees a change of direction for Clinic, replacing riffs with harpsichords and strings.

The tracklisting is as follows:

'I'm Aware'?
'Lion Tamer'?
'Milk & Honey'?
'Forever (Demis' Blues)'?
'Another Way Of Giving'?
'Evelyn?Un Astronauta En Cielo'?
'Freemasons Waltz'?

A preview megamix of 'Bubblegum' can be heard below:

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