Arctic Monkeys, Babyshambles, Reverend group post first songs online

Mongrel post tracks on MySpace

Arctic Monkeys, Babyshambles, Reverend group post first songs online
Mongrel – the indie super-group featuring Arctic Monkeys' Matt Helders, former Monkey Andy Nicholson, Babyshambles' Drew McConnell, Reverend And The Makers[/a Jon McClure and Joe Moskow and rapper Low-key – have posted four songs on their MySpace page.

The songs – 'The Menace', 'Lies', 'Better Than Heavy' and 'Julian' are set to appear on the collective's debut album, set to be released in October.

The band recently announced details of their first UK tour. See the NME.COM Mongrel tour news story for the dates and ticket information.

Listen to the four [a]Mongrel songs now at Myspace.com/wearemongrel.

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