Ladytron name fifth album and announce two UK gigs - ticket details

'Gravity The Seducer' is set for release on September 12

Ladytron name fifth album and announce two UK gigs - ticket details
Ladytron have named their fifth studio album 'Gravity The Seducer'.

The album, the follow-up to 2008's 'Velocifero', will be released on September 12.

'Gravity The Seducer' has been co-produced by Barny Barnicott, who has worked as an engineer for Arctic Monkeys and Kasabian in the past.

The electro quartet, who released a 'Greatest Hits' collection in March, have confirmed that recent single 'Ace Of Hz' will feature on the album.

Ladytron are also set to play two UK gigs in June to preview new material. They will headline London's HMV Forum on June 8 and the Glasgow Arches on June 9.

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