September 5, 2011 6:00

Hear Slow Club's new album 'Paradise' exclusively on NME.COM – audio

Folk rock duo's second LP isn't officially released for another week

Hear Slow Club's new album 'Paradise' exclusively on NME.COM – audio
You can hear Slow Club's second album 'Paradise' exclusively on NME.COM now by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The album isn't officially released until next Monday (September 12), but you can hear it now and in full.

The ten-track album was produced by Luke Smith, formerly of Clor, who also handled Foals' 'Total Life Forever', and is the follow-up to Slow Club's 2009 debut 'Yeah So'.

Slow Club head out on an extensive tour in support of the album, playing 15 dates which begin at Nottingham's Bodega Social Club on the day of the album's release and run until September 29, when the duo headline Brighton's Audio venue. The tour also includes a show at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, the pair's biggest in the UK to date.

The tracklisting for 'Paradise' is as follows:

'Two Cousins'
'If We're Still Alive'
'Never Look Back'
'Where I'm Waking'
'Hackney Marsh'
'Beginnners'
'You, Earth Or Ash'
'Gold Mountain'
'The Dog'
'Horse Jumping'
'Paradise'


Slow Club - 'Paradise' by nmemagazine

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