April 4, 2013 12:53

Crystal Fighters announce 'Cave Rave' album tracklisting

Band also announce details of a mystery one-off London show

Crystal Fighters announce 'Cave Rave' album tracklisting

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Crystal Fighters have announced the full details of their new album 'Cave Rave' as well as details of a one-off London live date.

The band will release 'Cave Rave', their second album, on May 27 and will preview tracks from the album at a secret London show on April 18. The gig will take place at a mystery east London location with fans able to get hold of tickets by signing up at crystalfighters.com/secret before April 16.

'Wave', the second track to be taken from the forthcoming album is being premiered exclusively via NME.COM now.

The tracklisting for 'Cave Rave' is as follows:

'Wave'
'LA Calling'
'You & I'
'Separator'
'No Man'
'Bridge Of Bones'
'Love Natural'
'Are We One'
'These Nights'
'Everywhere'


The band will also go on a UK tour in November, details of which can be found below.

Brighton, Concorde 2 (November 21)
London, Brixton Academy (22)
Manchester, Academy 2 (23)
Leeds, Stylus @ Leeds University (25)
Glasgow, Arches (26)
Newcastle, Newcastle University (27)
Liverpool, East Village Arts Club (28)
Bristol, Trinity (29)
Birmingham, Institute (30)

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