Exclusive: Maximo Park announce new album and share free download – listen

The band's fifth album will be released on February 3

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Maximo Park have announced details of a new album.

The band will release their fifth album 'Too Much Information' on February 3. It is the follow-up to their 2012 LP 'The National Health'.

The band have also unveiled the first track to be taken from the album, 'Brain Cells', which fans can download for free below or listen to above.

'Too Much Information' was recorded and produced by the band in Newcastle and Sunderland with additional production duties from The Invisible’s Dave Okumu and from Field Music’s David and Peter Brewis.

The band's frontman Paul Smith said in a statement: "Our lyrics and our music will never be too-cool-for-school - we are an emotional band even if it might be too much information for some."

The 'Too Much Information' tracklisting is as follows:

'Give, Get, Take'
'Brain Cells'
'Leave This Island'
'Lydia, The Ink Will Never Dry'
'My Bloody Mind'
'Is It True?'
'Drinking Martinis'
'I Recognise The Light'
'Midnight On The Hill'
'Her Name Was Audre'
'Where We're Going'


Download 'Brain Cells':



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