Dinosaur Jr to release new album 'I Bet On Sky' in September

The noise rock trio will back up the release of their tenth album with a UK tour

Dinosaur Jr to release new album 'I Bet On Sky' in September

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Dinosaur Jr are set to release their brand new album, 'I Bet On Sky', on September 17.

Their release is their tenth studio LP since their 1985 debut and will be put out through PIAS. The record follows 2009's 'Farm'. The band will be playing shows in North America over the summer and UK dates are set to be announced soon.

The 'I Bet On Sky' tracklisting is:

'Don't Pretend You Didn't Know'
'Watch The Corners'
'Almost Fare'
'Stick A Toe In'
'Rude'
'I Know It Oh So Well'
'Pierce The Morning Rain'
'What Was That'
'Recognition'
'See It On Your Side'


Last year, Dinosaur Jr founder J Mascis released his first solo album, 'Several Shades Of Why', which featured guest appearances from Kurt Vile, Sophie Trudeau, Kurt Fedora, Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew and Band Of Horses' Ben Bridwell.

Dinosaur Jr formed in Amherst, Massachusetts in 1984. The experimental noise rock trio released their debut album, 'Dinosaur', the following year. The band is made up of guitarist J Mascis, bassist Lou Barlow and drummer Murph.

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