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

Photo: Press

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)

Read More On This Artist

More News
Fans hope for Oasis reunion following news of Beady Eye split
Former Cream musician Jack Bruce dies, aged 71
Morrissey criticises 'abysmal' Italian venues as European tour continues
Liam Gallagher says Beady Eye are 'no longer'
McBusted confirm Blink-182, Weezer members appear on their debut album
Kate Bush's former London home up for sale priced at £3m
Deadmau5 criticises Paris Hilton following reports she earns £400,000 a night as a DJ
The Rolling Stones announce 'L.A. Forum Live in 1975' DVD details
Foo Fighters perform new song 'The Feast and The Famine' at epic three hour Washington gig
Pink Floyd take fans inside recording studio during latest 'Endless River' preview clip...
Shakira partners with Fisher-Price for line of baby toys
Depeche Mode share live version of 'Enjoy The Silence' from Anton Corbijn concert film...
Tinchy Stryder and Chuckle Brothers share video for collaborative track 'To Me, To You'...
CMJ festival issues statement concerning Ebola scare
She And Him share cover of Dusty Springfield's 'Stay Awhile'
One Direction fan-fiction writer signs six-figure book deal
Klaxons hint at split: forthcoming UK tour will be their last
Panda Bear announces new album 'Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper' – hear first song now
Muse working with AC/DC producer on new studio album
Gerard Way covers Sleater-Kinney's 'I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone' – watch
Iggy Azalea teams with MØ for new single 'Beg For It' - listen
Thurston Moore criticises Twitter users who 'exist on scandal'

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM