Kings Of Convenience reveal new album tracklisting

'Declaration Of Dependence' is due out this autumn

Kings Of Convenience reveal new album tracklisting
Kings Of Convenience have revealed details of their first studio album in five years.

The follow-up to 2004's 'Riot On An Empty Street' is called 'Declaration Of Dependence' and is due out in the US on October 20.

The Norwegian duo's latest effort is mostly acoustic and contains 13 tracks, including the first US single 'Boat Behind', and a song that shares the same name as their last album.

The band are expected to announce tour dates in support of the album in the coming months.

The album tracklisting is:

'24-25'
'Mrs Cold'
'Me In You'
'Boat Behind'
'Rule My World'
'My Ship Isn't Pretty'
'Renegade'
'Power Of Not Knowing'
'Peacetime Resistance'
'Freedom And Its Owner'
'Scars On Land'
'Second To Numb'
'Riot On An Empty Street'


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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