Maximo Park stream new album 'The National Health' online

The band's fourth album is formally released on Monday (June 11)

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Maximo Park are streaming their forthcoming new album, 'The National Health', ahead of its official release on June 11. Scroll down to listen to the 13-track record in full.

The band recorded their fourth album with Pixies and Foo Fighters producer Gil Norton and will tour the LP at eight recently announced dates in November.

The gigs begin at the O2 Academy Liverpool on November 1 and run until November 10, when the band headline Portsmouth Pyramids Centre.

The band have previously said that their new album featured "quite a lot of soul-searching". Speaking to NME in a video which you can see by scrolling down to the bottom of the screen and clicking, keyboard player Lukas Wooller said:

"We spent a lot more time writing this record; we did quite a lot of soul-searching. Having gone through that process and be still talking to each other, I think we've realised what makes the songs quintessentially us."



Maximo Park will play:

Manchester Sound Control (June 7)
London Heaven (8)
Liverpool O2 Academy (November 1)
Glasgow O2 ABC (2)
Newcastle O2 Academy (3)
Sheffield Plug (5)
Manchester HMV Ritz (6)
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (7)
Birmingham HMV Institute (9)
Portsmouth Pyramids Centre (10)


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