Hear Lostprophets' comeback single 'Bring Em' Down'

Welsh band debut the first single from their new album 'Weapons'

Hear Lostprophets' comeback single 'Bring Em' Down'

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Lostprophets have debuted the first single from their new album 'Weapons' online.

The track, which is titled 'Bring Em' Down', can be heard by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking. It is set to be released as a single this week.

'Weapons' itself is released on April 2. It is the follow up to 2010's 'The Betrayed' and has been preceded by the release of new track 'Better Off Dead'.

That track is available for free download from the band's Facebook page. The album has been produced by Ken Andrews.

Lostprophets will undertake an extensive UK and Ireland tour in support of the album in April. The band will play 14 dates across the UK and Ireland, kicking at Dublin Olympia on April 15 and continuing until May 4 when they headline London's O2 Academy Brixton.

You can watch an interview with Lostprophets from last summer's V Festival by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.


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