Fujiya & Miyagi announce second album track listing

'Lightbulbs' comes out in US on September 16

Fujiya & Miyagi announce second album track listing
Fujiya & Miyagi have announced the US release of their second album, coming out September 16.

‘Lightbulbs’ is the follow-up to 2006’s ‘Transparent Things’ which saw the Brighton band tour the continent with Peter, Bjorn and John and Au Revoir Simone.

The record will come out via Deaf, Dumb + Blind Recordings includes tracks inspired by flickering black and white Bresson movie ‘Pickpocket’, as well ‘Rook To Queen's Pawn Six’ which is the story of chess eccentric Bobby Fischer who's “caught in a cold war Bond-esque challenge with computers and a bug in his teeth.”

The track listing is:

‘Knickerbocker Glory’
‘Rook To Queen's Pawn Six’
‘Sore Thumb’
‘Light Bulbs’
‘Hundreds And Thousands’

--By our New York staff.
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