The Noisettes announce US album release details

'Wild Young Hearts' is due out this summer

The Noisettes announce US album release details
The Noisettes have announced the US release details of their sophomore album 'Wild Young Hearrts'.

The album is due to be released Stateside in August via their new US imprint Mercury Records. It was produced by Jim Abbiss (Arctic Monkeys, Adele).

The London-based trio released the album in the UK in April, and its first single, 'Don't Upset The Rhythm' hit Number Two on the UK charts.

The band, who have opened for the likes of TV On The Radio, Muse and Bloc Party, intend to announce the dates of a US tour in the coming weeks.

The album tracklisting for the US version has not yet been revealed, but the band's publicist confirmed that it will differ slightly from the UK version.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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