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Gallows' Frank Carter posts first music with new project Pure Love online

Frontman's new band make their audio debut

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Soon to be ex-Gallows frontman Frank Carter's new project Pure Love have posted their first music online.

Carter announced he was quitting the Watford punks on Friday night (July 8), stating that he and the band could not agree on a musical direction for the band's third album and that he had formed a new band, which are called Pure Love.

The band is known to feature Carter and Clouds/Hope Conspiracy man Jim Carroll and they have indicated that they will be recording their debut album in September and touring toward the end of the year.



To hear the band's first audio post, head to Therealpurelove.com/noise. The band have also launched a Twitter account at Twitter.com/therealpurelove and have said: "We're both very excited for our journey ahead and I hope you all are too."

Carter's last UK gig with Gallows will be at London's ULU on July 23.

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