January 18, 1998 12:35

GOOD NEWS FROM THE NET WORLD

[a]Simple Minds[/a] are launching a new website, aswell as their latest album, later this month

GOOD NEWS FROM THE NET WORLD
Simple Minds will be launching their new album, 'Neapolis', and their new website, at Brussels' internet cafe The Cybertheatre on February 24.

The launch will include a question and answer session with the band through the website (www.simpleminds.com). Before the launch, fans can send e-mail questions to questions@simpleminds.com, and they will be answered live between 20.00 and 22.00 GMT. There will also be live chat available with members of the group.

Tracks from the album will also be played on the night.

Any questions need to be sent to the site before 12.00 GMT February 24. A web trailer is up on the site already, answering any other questions.

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