Nine Black Alps stream new album online

Listen to 'Locked Out From The Inside' two months before its official release

Nine Black Alps stream new album online
Nine Black Alps have made their forthcoming new album, 'Locked Out From The Inside', available to listen to in full two months before its official release.

To hear the album in full, made available to NME.COM via music streaming site We7, click below. Users outside the UK can hear 30-second clips of each song.

The album, the grungey band's third studio effort, will be released on October 5.

They group head out on an extensive UK tour this autumn.

Nine Black Alps will play:

Stockton Kubar (October 15)
Carlisle Brickyard (16)
Wakefield Escobar (17)
Birmingham Hare & Hounds (19)
London Dingwalls (20)
Cardiff Barfly (21)
Manchester Academy3 (22)
Derby Rockhouse (23)
Bristol Cooler (24)
York Duchess (26)
Sheffield Leadmill (27)
Edinburgh Electric Circus (28)
Glasgow, ABC 2 (29)
Newcastle Cluny (30)
Brighton Freebut (November 2)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (3)
Oxford Academy2 (4)


To check the availability of Nine Black Alps tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Those who purchase the gig tickets will also get a free digital copy of the band's album.




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