Micachu And The Shapes announce release of new album 'Never'

The follow up to 2009's 'Jewellery' is out on July 23

Micachu And The Shapes announce release of new album 'Never'
Micachu And The Shapes will be releasing their second studio album, 'Never', on July 23 on Rough Trade Records.

The follow up to 2009's 'Jewellery' – and last year's live album 'Chopped & Screwed' - was produced by the band and recorded at Marc Pell from the band's own studio in Stratford. The band will be making short films for each of the album's 14 tracks.

The tracklisting for 'Never' is:

'Easy'
'Never'
'Waste'
'Sick'
'OK'
'Low Dogg'
'Holiday'
'Heaven'
'You Know'
'Glamour'
'Top Floor'
'Fall'
'Nothing'
'Nowhere'


Kwes and Micachu are giving away their second mixtape, 'Kwesachu Vol 2', for free. The joint project features guest appearances from Ghostpoet, Speech Debelle, DELS and The Invisible. Download it below.

The original 'Kwesachu Vol. 1' mixtape was released in 2008 and featured The xx's Romy Croft - pictured right - and Hot Chip.

Micachu And The Shapes will play this year's Camden Crawl, which will be held from May 4–6.

To check the availability of Camden Crawl tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.



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