Detroit Social Club announce debut album title and tracklisting

'Existence' will be released next month

Detroit Social Club announce debut album title and tracklisting

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Detroit Social Club have announced the title and track listing of their forthcoming debut album.

The band have named their 10-song LP 'Existence'. It's out on May 31.

The six-piece, who worked with Arctic Monkeys and Kasabian producer Jim Abiss on the record, are also planning to release new single 'Prophecy' a week beforehand (24).

The tracklisting for 'Existence' is:

'Kiss The Sun'
'Northern Man'
'Black And White'
'Sunshine People'
'Rivers & Rainbows'
'Lights Of Life'

The album follows the release of their recent EP 'Kiss The Sun' and download track 'Black And White', which is available on the band's website at

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