Crystal Castles to rush-release new album on Friday (April 23)

Self-titled second album had been set for June release

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Crystal Castles are rush-releasing their new album digitally after it leaked online.

The self-titled album, which had been set for release on June 7, will now be available digitally on Friday (April 23). It will be released physically on May 24.

The Toronto duo were forced to postpone their London Heaven show, which had been set to take place tonight (20), until May 19 due to volcanic ash from Iceland grounding flights to and from the UK.

The tracklisting of 'Crystal Castles' is:

'Fainting Spells'
'Celestica'
'Doe Deer'
'Baptism'
'Year Of Silence'
'Empathy'
'Suffocation'
'Violent Dreams'
'Vietnam'
'Birds'
'Pap Smear'
'Not In love'
'Intimate'
'I Am Made Of Chalk'


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