The Noisettes announce album details

Three piece set to release new single

The Noisettes announce album details
The Noisettes are set to release their debut album ’What’s The Time Mr Wolf’ on February 5.

The 10 track album will feature their forthcoming single ’Sister Rosetta (Capture The Spirit)’ which is released on January 29.

The tracklisting for the album will be:

‘Don’t Give Up’
‘Scratch Your Name’
‘The Cont of Monte Christo’
‘Sister Rosetta (Capture The Spirit)’
‘Bridge To Canada’
‘Nothing To Dread’
‘Mind The Gap’
‘Cannot Even (Break Free)’

The band have also announced details of a UK tour at the beginning of the year.

Bournemouth MR Kyps (January 20)
Leicester Charlotte (21)
Oxford Zodiac (22)
Norwich Arts Centre (23)
Nottingham Social (25)
Wakefield Escobar (26)
York Fibbers (27)
London ICA (29)
Manchester Life Café (30)
Wrexham Central Station (31)
Liverpool Zanzibar (February 2)
Wigan Tavern (3)
Stoke Sugarmill (4)
Sheffield Leadmill (5)
Leeds Cockpit (7)
Glasgow King Tuts (8)
Aberdeen Moshulu (9)
Newcastle Cluny (10)
Southampton Joiners (12)
Guildford The Boiler Room (13)
Wolverhampton Little Civic (15)
Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach (16)
Bristol Thekla (17)
Brighton Pressure Point (18)

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