Stereophonics give away new single 'In A Moment' as a free download – listen

The track is the second to be taken from upcoming album 'Graffiti On The Train'

Stereophonics are giving away new single 'In A Moment' as a free download – you can listen to the track above.

The track, which can be downloaded from the band's official website www.stereophonics.com, is the second, following last month's 'Violins and Tambourines', to be taken from upcoming album 'Graffiti On The Train', due out in March 2013.

Speaking to NME, front man Kelly Jones said the band were "conscious about starting this record in a different way" as they "wanted to give fans something they can keep rather than having to keep going back to YouTube or whatever".

On what the new song is about, Jones explained: "The song is about finding some hope in life. It's about those moments in life when you feel a bit lost and stuck and you don't know how to get out of it and then there's a glimmer of hope that helps you pull through it. It's quite a spiritual song."

'In A Moment' will also be released as a limited edition 10-inch numbered vinyl on December 10. The track has been released before the band set out on next month's UK mini-tour.

The Welsh rockers will play five dates, kicking off at Newport's Centre on December 15, finishing up at London's Troxy on December 20. They will be supported by former Supergrass man Gaz Coombes.

Stereophonics will play:

Newport Centre (December 15)
Manchester Academy (16)
Glasgow O2 Academy (17)
Birmingham O2 Academy (19)
London Troxy (20)


To check the availability of Stereophonics tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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