Ian Brown to release new album tracks online tonight (Aug 10)

Plus Brown launches own fantasy football league

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Ian Brown is to make four tracks from his new album 'My Way' available to download for tonight (August 10).

The move comes a full seven weeks before the album is officially released, on September 28.

The tracklisting for the 'Stellify' EP is:

'Crowning Of The Poor'
'For The Glory'
'Marathon Man'

All four tracks are taken from 'My Way', and those who download the EP from digital stores also gain access to a pre-sale link to buy tickets for Brown's forthcoming winter tour, dates of which are due to be announced shortly.

'Stellify' is released physically as a single on September 21.

In other Ian Brown news, the singer has launched his own Fantasy Football league. Fans are invited to sign up at Ianbrown.fantasyleague.com, where they can "play fantasy football against Ian Brown and win monthly exclusive prizes from the great man himself".

Prices include gig tickets, signed albums, merchandise, and an Ian Brown presentation disc. The game is free to play.

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