October 8, 2012 12:13
Nine Black Alps stream new album 'Sirens' – listen
Manchester alt-rockers stream their fourth album 'Sirens' on NME.COM a week before its release
It's the fourth album from the Manchester alt-rockers, which will be officially released on Monday, October 8 and follows their 2009 effort 'Locked Out From The Inside'.
Singer Sam Forrest told NME: "What you're listening to is our new album, which is called 'Sirens'. We recorded in our very own studio and it's the first thing we've released since 2009, which doesn't seem too long ago but I guess it is, don't really know what we've been doing for the past three years... I got sick of people asking me if the band had split up so I thought we should record some songs and here it is. I hope you like it."
The band have also announced a tour for this month, which is their first set of live dates in three years.
Nine Black Alps will play:
Glasgow King Tut’s (October 10)
York Duchess (11)
Nottingham Bodega Social Club (13)
Southampton Joiners (14)
London Borderline (15)
Brighton Green Door Store (16)
Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach (17)
Bristol Exchange (18)
Manchester Ruby Lounge (19)
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.
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