Spycatcher to release debut album ‘Honesty’ on June 27

First single will be 'Remember Where You Were When Michael Jackson Died'

Spycatcher will release their debut full-length album ‘Honesty’ this summer.

The UK rock band – which features members of Gallows, Haunts, The New 1920s and Cry For Silence – will put out the 12-track effort on June 27 through Atticus Records.

‘Honesty’ is the follow-up to the band’s debut EP ‘Rock Is Cursed’ and was recorded, mixed and mastered in Watford by the band.

The video for single ‘Remember Where You Were When Michael Jackson Died’ can be viewed by scrolling down and clicking below.

The tracklisting of ‘Honesty’ is:

‘Tabs’
‘Don’t Like People’
‘Remember Where You Were When Michael Jackson Died’
‘Honesty’
‘Reason To Breathe In’
‘Livewire’
‘Rock Is Cursed’
‘Hold On’
‘Nobody Listens’
‘Good Times’
‘There Is No Light’
‘Lower’