May 25, 2012 9:35
Fixers stream their debut album 'We'll Be The Moon' online in full – listen
The Oxford band's debut will now come out on June 4, but you can hear it now
The album was due to be released formally on May 21, but has now been put back to June 4. However, you can hear it in full now.
'We'll Be The Moon' contains a total of 11 tracks, including previous single 'Majesties Ranch', which you can see the video for by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.
'We'll Be The Moon' scored 7/10 in NME, with reviewer Jamie Fullerton saying that the album's "post-chillwave bubbles and synth tweaks give way to glorious Friendly Fires-lite choruses". To read the full review, head to NME.COM/reviews.
Fixers have a number of UK festival shows lined-up, including Y-Not, Underage and 2000 Trees Festival.
The tracklisting for 'We'll Be The Moon' is as follows:
'Iron Deer Dream'
'World Of Beauty'
'Really Great World'
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