Mazzy Star frontwoman teams up with My Bloody Valentine man on new album

Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions ready new record for late summer release

Mazzy Star frontwoman teams up with My Bloody Valentine man on new album
Mazzy Star frontwoman Hope Sandoval has teamed up with My Bloody Valentine's Colm O'Ciosoig on a forthcoming album.

Their band, Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions, will release their sophomore effort, 'Through The Devil Softly', on September 1 in the US and September 28 in the UK. It will be their first album since their 2001 debut 'Bavarian Fruit Bread'.

The new album features 11 tracks and was recorded in northern California and Ireland. It continues the band's "laid-back, slowcore sound," according to a statement.

The tracklisting is:

'Blanchard'
'Wild Roses'
For The Rest Of Your Life'
'Lady Jessica And Sam'
'Sets The Blaze'
'Thinking Like That'
'There's A Willow'
'Trouble'
'Fall Aside'
Blue Bird'
Satellite'


Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions plan to announce the dates of an autumn North American tour in the coming weeks, as well as UK and European shows to follow.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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