Another classic band decides it's time to reform...

Indie legends THE HOUSE OF LOVE are back after eleven years.

The band, who began life on Creation Records in 1988, release their first album since 1993’s ‘Audience With The Mind’ on February 28.

‘Days Run Away’ will be preceded by a single, ‘Love You Too Much’, on Valentine’s Day through Art And Industry Records.

The band, which sees mainman Guy Chadwick reunited with original guitarist Terry Bickers and original drummer Pete Evans, play London ICA on February 10. More dates are expected.

The album tracklisting is:

’Love You Too Much’

’Gotta Be That Way’

'Maybe You Know’

’Kinda Love’

’Money And Time’

'Days Run Away’

'Already Gone’


’Kit Carter’

’Anyday I Want’

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