Miles Kane unveils new album artwork

'Don't Forget Who You Are' is released on June 3

Miles Kane unveils new album artwork

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Miles Kane has unveiled the artwork for his forthcoming new album 'Don't Forget Who You Are' – you can view the LP cover above.

The artwork is a blurry photograph of Kane, dressed in a dark fitted suit and smart shoes, standing at the front of a market butchers. The singer is set to release his second solo album on June 3.

The LP was produced by The Lightning Seeds frontman Ian Broudie, who has previously worked with The Zutons and Echo And The Bunnymen.

The singer recently described the new record as "big, positive and upbeat" and compared the album's sound to that of his old single 'Inhaler'. He added: "That was sort of the blueprint, to make this real upbeat, heavy, catchy album. That's what I've done. I can't wait for it to get out there."

Kane will support the release of the album with 11 UK tour dates, kicking off on May 4 at Holmfirth Picturehouse. He will launch the record with a special show at London's Dingwalls on June 7.

Miles Kane will play:

Holmfirth Picturehouse (May 4)
Sunderland The Independent (5)
Middlesbrough Empire (6)
Oxford Academy (11)
Bath Komedia (12)
York The Duchess (14)
Birmingham Academy 2 (June 1)
Manchester Ruby Lounge (2)
London Dingwalls (7)
Northampton Roadmender (10)
Bedford Corn Exchange (11)


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