Hurts name new album

Duo's second album 'Exile' will be released on March 11, 2013

Hurts name new album

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Hurts have announced that their new album will be called 'Exile'.

Theo Hutchcraft and Adam Anderson are currently in the studio finishing up the follow-up to their 2010 debut 'Happiness', which is set for release on March 11, 2013 through Major Label.

The band have also unveiled a teaser video for ‘Exile’, which is available to watch at the bottom of the page. The video features an excerpt of a new track called ‘The Road’, taken from ‘Exile’.

As well as playing a previously announced NME Awards Show at London's Heaven on February 7, 2013, Hurts also announced this week a trio of live shows in support of the album's release. They will appear at Manchester Academy 2 on April 1 and Glasgow Garage on April 2.

Hurts will play:

London Heaven (February 7, 2013)
Manchester Academy 2 (April 1)
Glasgow Garage (April 2)


Hurts released their debut album 'Happiness' in 2010 featuring the singles 'Better Than Love', 'Wonderful Life' and 'Stay'.

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