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CSS have announce their new album 'Donkey' will be released on July 21.

As a taster from the record, the track 'Rat Is Dead (Rage)' is available as a free download exclusively from the band’s Csshurts.com now.

The first single from the album will be 'Left Behind', which will be released on July 14.

The album’s full tracklisting is:

'Jåger Yoga'
'Rat is Dead (Rage)'
'Reggae All Night'
'Give Up'
'Left Behind'
'Beautiful Song'
'How I Became Paranoid'
'Move'
'I Fly'
'Believe Achieve'
'Air Painter'


Of the new album Lovefoxxx told NME.COM: "(The first album, released in the UK in 2006) sounded very lethargic. We didn't really know what we were doing. It wasn't really an album, it was just a load of songs we made together. (This album) sounds more solid."

She also revealed that the new album features a love song written for her fiancée, Klaxons' Simon Taylor, plus a song about yoga.

To read the full interview, pick up a copy of NME available on UK newsstands now.

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