February 22, 2006 8:30

Shack announce new album details

The band’s fourth LP will hit the shops in May

Shack announce new album details
Shack have announced that they will release their new studio album ‘... The Corner Of Miles And Gil’ on May 15.

The LP will be preceded by a limited edition single ‘Tie Me Down’ on May 1, while the band will tour the UK throughout that month.

Recorded in 2005, ‘... The Corner of Miles and Gil’ will be released though Noel Gallagher’s label Sour Mash, who stepped in when the band were left without a deal after their last album ‘Here’s Tom With The Weather’ in 2003.

The single ‘Tie Me Down’ will come back with the B-side ‘Uncle Smaegel’s Cardigan’ and the tracklisting for the new album is set to run:

‘Tie Me Down’
‘Butterfly’
‘Cup of Tea’
‘Shelley Brown’
‘Black & White’
‘New Day’
‘Miles Away’
‘Finn, Sophie, Bobby & Lance’
‘Moonshine’
‘Funny Things’
‘Find A Place’
‘Closer’


Shack’s upcoming UK tour will call at:

Liverpool Academy (May 12)
Manchester Quays Theatre (13)
Oxford Zodiac (14)
London Kings College (15)
Brighton Concorde (16)
Newcastle The Cluny (18)
Glasgow King Tuts (19)
Bristol Fleece (21)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (22)


For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.

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