'Ghostory' is the first album from the band since departure of Claudia Deheza

School Of Seven Bells are set to release their new album ‘Ghostory’ next year.

Pitched as a concept album about ghosts, their third album, out on February 27, will apparently tell the tale of a girl called Lafaye and the ghosts that haunt her, reports Wears The Trousers.

The album will be their first since singer Claudia Deheza left the band last year. The duo, now made up of her twin sister Alejandra Deheza – pictured above – and Secret Machines‘ Benjamin Curtis, have spoken out about how they wrote the follow up to 2010’s ‘Disconnect From Desire’, with Curtis saying:

“Alley and I have always written our music together, but always independently and on our own time. We knew we wanted to do something that was more sensual and spontaneous than anything we had ever done before, and that meant writing together in a room, coming up with ideas quickly and immediately reacting to what the other person was doing.”

The ‘Ghostory’ tracklisting is:

‘The Night’
‘Love Play’
‘Lafaye’
‘Low Times’
‘Reappear’
‘Show Me Love’
‘Scavenger’
‘White Wind’
‘When You Sing’