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Phish unveil new album tracklisting

'Joy' is their first record in five years

Phish have announced that they will reunite for their first tour in five years this summer. Trey Anastasio and company will kick off their tour with two nights at New York's Jones Beach June 4 and 5. They'll then play dates in cities including Asheville, North Carolina and St Louis, Missouri before wrapping things up with two shows in Wisconsin. Pic: PA Photos
Phish have announced the tracklisting of their upcoming album, scheduled to be released on September 8.

'Joy' is their first studio album in five years and will be available in three formats: CD, vinyl and as part of the 'Joy Box', a limited edition deluxe box set.

As previously announced, the band will play Phish's Festival 8, which will take place October 30 to November 1 at Empire Polo Field in Indio, CA.

The band will play eight sets, including a Halloween performance in which they will wear "musical costumes" and perform an album by another band

'Joy' was produced by Steve Lillywhite, who also worked on their 1996 album 'Billy Breathes', and was recorded in April and May of this year at Chung King Studio in New York City.

The tracklisting for 'Joy' is:

'Backwards Down The Number Line'
'Stealing Time From The Faulty Plan'
'Joy'
'Sugar Shack'
'Ocelot'
'Kill Devil Falls'
'Light'
'I Been Around'
'Time Turns Elastic'
'Twenty Years Later'


--By our New York staff.
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