stellastarr* reveal new album details

Brooklyn rockers to release 'Civilized' on their own imprint

stellastarr* reveal new album details
Stellastarr* have revealed details of their first new album in four years exclusively to NME.COM.

The follow-up to 2005's 'Harmonies For the Haunted' is due out in the US on July 7 and features 10 tracks including 'Tokyo Sky', 'Numbers' and 'Prom Zombie'.

The band recorded the album at Mission Sound studio in Brooklyn with Tim O’Heir, who produced their 2003 eponymous debut.

The Brooklyn quartet will release their album on their new imprint Bloated Wife Records, named after the first song they ever wrote.

The album tracklisting is:

'Freak Out'
'Tokyo Sky'
'Graffiti Eyes'
'Prom Zombie'
'The People'
'Move One'
'Sonja Cries'

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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