Little Man Tate announce new album details

'Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy' will be out in September

Little Man Tate announce new album details
Little Man Tate will release their second album, 'Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy', on September 15.

The title of the album was chosen by a fan, after he sent a photograph of the phrase daubed on a wall to the band as part of a competition. See video footage of the band recreating the snap by clicking on the video below.

The album will follow on from the band's debut, 'About What You Know', released in January last year.

The tracklisting of 'Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy' will be:

'Money Wheel'
'What Your Boyfriend Said'
'Reflection In His Sunglasses'
'Shot At Politics'
'Hey Little Sweetie'
'Joined By An iPod'
'Face On A Wall'
'A Little Heart'
'Time For Anything'
'Back Of The Pub Quiz'
'London Skies London Eyes'
'Shoulder To Sigh On'

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