Deap Vally announce debut album 'Sistrionix'

Los Angeles duo will release their debut LP on June 24

Deap Vally announce debut album 'Sistrionix'

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Deap Vally have announced that their debut LP, 'Sistrionix', will be released on June 24.

Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards recorded their debut album in their Los Angeles hometown with producer Lars Stalfors (The Mars Volta). Before the album is released, the duo will put out the single 'Baby I Call Hell' on June 17.

The tracklisting for Sistrionix is:

'End Of The World'
'Baby I Call Hell'
'Walk Of Shame'
'Gonna Make My Own Money'
'Your Love'
'Bad For My Body'
'Women Of Intention'
'Raw Material'
'Six Feet Under'

Deap Vally are also set to tour the UK in the run up to the album's release. As well as a string of festival performances – including appearances at Brighton's Great Escape, Glastonbury and Reading and Leeds, they will play a headline show at London's Scala on May 22.

Earlier this week, the pair revealed that they want to work with Jack White - but think a collaboration wouldn't take place because he wouldn't like their taste in clothes. Singer and guitarist Lindsey Troy quipped: "We would love to work with Jack but don't think he likes the way we dress. We're too empowered as women." Her bandmate, drummer Julie Edwards, also discussed the pair's wild image and said: "Some people look at us and immediately feel hostility. There's people that love what we do and are inspired by it, and there's people that feel threatened by it."

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