Euros Childs to release new album as free download

'Son Of Euro Child' will be available on September 7

Euros Childs to release new album as free download
Euros Childs is set to release his next studio album as a free download.

The former Gorky's Zygotic Mynci frontman will release 'Son Of Euro Child', his fifth full-length solo studio effort, on September 7 vis his website, Euroschilds.com.

Users who sign up to the singer/guitarist's mailing list on the site will be eligible for the free download.

CD versions of the album will be sold at Childs' forthcoming gigs. He is set to support Yo La Tengo at the Glasgow ABC 1 (November 6), Manchester Academy 2 (7) and London Roundhouse (8).

The tracklisting of 'Son Of Euro Child', which is divided into two parts, is:

Part One:
'Shithausen'
'Gently All Around'
'Like This? Then Try This'
'How Do You Do/ Rat-Clock'
'Look At My Boots'
'1,000 Pictures Of You'
'Carrboro'
'My Baby Joy'


Part Two:
'The Dog'
'Harp i a ii ar#1'
'The Fairy Feller's Master-stroke'
'Harp i a ii ar #2'
'Mother-Kitchen'
'Son of Shithausen'


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