Flight Of The Conchords to release full album

Comedy duo set for 'long player' on legendary indie

Flight Of The Conchords are set to release a full album this year.

The comedy duo, who became the cult TV hit of last year with their HBO sitcom, will release an album of their songs on acclaimed indie label Sub Pop.

The label previous released the ’The Distant Future EP’ featuring the favourites from the TV show including ’Business Time’, ’If You’re Into It’ and ’Not Crying’.

They have now confirmed the band are doing an album, explaining: “We will be releasing a Flight Of The Conchords full-length recording sometime in early 2008” on the official Sub Pop site.

Meanwhile the pair’s – due to start filming their second series in New York in June – made their first appearance of 2008 appearing at recent technology conference CES.

Footage can be seen on Youtube now.

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