Cold War Kids to release new album in October, stream lead single 'All This Could Be Yours'

The band's fifth LP follows last year's 'Dear Miss Lonelyhearts'

Cold War Kids to release new album in October, stream lead single 'All This Could Be Yours'
Cold War Kids have announced the release of their new album.

The band's fifth LP will come out in October through Downtown/Sony Red. The band are now streaming the album's lead track 'All This Could Be Yours', which you can listen to below.



Cold War Kids' new album follows last year's 'Dear Miss Lonelyhearts'. The band are currently playing festival shows Stateside and will tour the US this autumn, but UK dates will be revealed soon, as will further album details.

The band - who are made up of Nathan Willett, Matt Maust, Dann Gallucci, Joe Plummer and Matthew Schwartz - formed in 2004 and released their debut album 'Robbers & Cowards' in 2006, following it with 'Loyalty To Loyalty' in 2008 and 'Mine Is Yours' in 2011.

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