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Cold War Kids announce 'Hold My Home' album details

Band will release their fifth album this October

Cold War Kids announce 'Hold My Home' album details

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Cold War Kids have announced details of new album 'Hold My Home'.

The album will be Cold War Kids fifth and an immediate follow up to 2013 release 'Dear Miss Lonelyhearts'. The album will be released in the UK on October 20. A track from the album, titled 'First' can be heard below.



'Hold My Home' was produced by guitarist Dan Gallucci and Lars Stalfors (Mars Volta, Matt and Kim) at the band's own studio in San Jose, California.

Hold My Home Tracklist:

'All This Could Be Yours'
'First'
'Hot Coals'
'Drive Desperate'
'Hotel Anywhere'
'Go Quietly'
'Nights & Weekends'
'Hold My Home'
'Flower Drum Song'
'Harold Bloom'
'Hear My Baby Call'

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