Sleigh Bells debut new track 'You Don't Get Me Twice' – listen

Song is taken from band's forthcoming album 'Bitter Rivals'

Sleigh Bells debut new track 'You Don't Get Me Twice' – listen

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Sleigh Bells have debuted a new track titled 'You Don't Get Me Twice' – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

The song is taken from the duo's forthcoming third album 'Bitter Rivals', which is set for release on October 7. Containing 10 tracks, 'Bitter Rivals' was produced by the band's guitarist Derek Miller and was mixed by Andrew Dawson, who is known for his work on Kanye West's 'Late Registration' (2005), 'Graduation' (2007) and 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' (2011). All songs were written by Miller and singer Alexis Krauss.

You can also hear the title track to the album, which is the follow-up to 2010 debut 'Treats' and 2012's 'Reign Of Terror', by clicking the YouTube video at the bottom of the page.

The tracklisting to 'Bitter Rivals' is as follows:

'Bitter Rivals'
'Sugarcane'
'Minnie'
'Sing Like A Wire'
'Young Legends'
'Tiger Kit'
'You Don't Get Me Twice'
'To Hell With You'
'24'
'Love Sick'


Speaking about the album previously, Miller said it would be markedly different from 'Reign Of Terror', coming from a "different headspace, just more up and positive... not as downer". He added: "It's not as dark… I kind of worked through a lot of difficult stuff on the last record."

Back in December, Krauss joined St Vincent and pop star Cyndi Lauper for a duet of her '80s hit 'Girls Just Want To Have Fun' in New York. The live collaboration was part of the 'Cyndi Lauper And Friends: Home For The Holidays' concert held at the city's Beacon Theatre.


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