CSS' new album to feature Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie

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CSS are to return with a new album and live shows in August – and their comeback single will feature Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie.

The Brazilian band will release their third album, 'La Liberación', on August 21. It was produced by bandmember Adriano Cintra – as was their self-titled debut album, released in the UK on 2006, and 2008's 'Donkey'. The band made it in Sao Paulo in their home country.

The first single from the album will be 'Hits Me Like A Rock'. Gillespie duets with CSS singer Lovefoxxx on the song, which comes out on August 15. Lovefoxxx guested on Primal Scream's last album, 2008's 'Beautiful Future'.

CSS' 'La Liberación' – Exclusive First Listen


Album song 'Red Alert', meanwhile, features New York band Ratatat.

The band will play UK live dates in August – the details are yet to be announced.

The tracklisting of 'La Liberación' is:

'I Love You'
'Hits Me like A Rock'
'City Girl'
'Echo Of Love'
'You Could Have It All'
'La Liberación'
'Partners In Crime'
'Ruby Eyes'
'Rhythm To The Rebels'
'Red Alert'
'Fuck Everything'

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