April 10, 2013 15:04

CSS to release new album 'Planta' in June

Hear the first single from the LP 'Hangover' now

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CSS have announced details of their new album 'Planta', which is set to be released in June.

The album is the Brazilian act's fourth and was produced by Dave Sitek, who has recently worked on new albums by Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Beady Eye. Scroll down to hear 'Hangover', the first track to be released from the album, which is a collaboration with Tim Armstrong of Rancid.

The band's lead singer Lovefoxxx said in a statement, "'Planta’ was written and recorded in LA. We had a lot of fun doing it and met some incredible people in the process. Our first single 'Hangover' is like summer in space for me. We can’t wait for people to hear the album!"

CSS released their first album 'Cansei De Ser Sexy' in 2005, featuring the singles 'Let's Make Love and Listen to Death from Above' and 'Alala'. The group took part in the 2007 NME Indie Rave tour alongside Klaxons, The Sunshine Underground and New Young Pony Club and released two further albums, 'Donkey' in 2008 and 'La Liberacion' in 2011.

'Planta' tracklisting:

'Honey'
'Hangover'
'Into The Sun'
'Girlfriend'
'Dynamite'
'Sweet'
'Too Hot'
'Teenage Tiger Cat'
'Frankie Goes To North Hollywood'
'The Hangout'
'Faith In Love'


CSS - 'Hangover'


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