Japandroids announce early EP collection tracklisting and release date

'No Singles' will be released on May 11

Japandroids announce early EP collection tracklisting and release date
Japandroids are set to reissue their early EPs in a collection called 'No Singles'.

Released on May 11, the compilation is the combination of 2007's 'All Lies' and 2008's 'Lullaby Death Jams'.

Coming out on CD, vinyl and via download, the album is the follow-up to 2009s 'Post Nothing'.

The tracklisting for 'No Singles' is as follows:

'Darkness On The Edge Of Gastown'
'No Allegiance To The Queen'
'Sexual Aerosol'
'Lovers/Strangers'
'Lucifer's Symphony'
'Couture Suicide'
'Avant Sleepwalk'
'Coma Complacency'
'To Hell With Good Intentions'
'Press Corps'



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