September 14, 2012 10:59

Placebo announce new five-track EP 'B3'

Brian Molko and co will release their first new material in two years next month

Placebo announce new five-track EP 'B3'

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Placebo have announced that they will be releasing a brand new EP titled 'B3' next month.

The trio, who are currently working on their seventh studio album, will release the new EP on October 12. It is their first new material in over two years.

The EP contains five tracks, including the title track 'B3', which you can hear a live version of at the bottom of the page.

Placebo released a live DVD, which was titled 'We Come In Pieces', late last year. The DVD was shot at O2 Academy Brixton in September 2010. You can watch a clip from the DVD by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The band played a series of intimate UK shows in April of this year as a well as number of high profile slots at festivals across Europe during the summer.

The tracklisting for 'B3' is as follows:

'B3'
'I Know You Want To Stop'
'The Extra'
'I.K.W.Y.L'
'Time Is Money'



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Video: Placebo - 'Every You Every Me' (Live At Brixton Academy)

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