The Automatic announce debut album release

There’ll be a new single too

The Automatic announce debut album release
The Automatic have revealed final details surrounding the release of their debut album.

The band, who will be stepping out on the NME New Music Tour next month, will put out their first LP ‘Not Accepted Anywhere’ through B-Unique Records on June 19.

Produced by Steve Harris (U2, Kaiser Chiefs) and Richard Jackson (Super Furry Animals, The Boyfriends) in Liverpool, Cardiff and Lincoln, the album features the former singles ‘Raoul’ and ‘Recover’.

The record will also be preceded by a new single ‘Monster’ on June 5.

The tracklisting for ‘Not Accepted Anywhere’ will run:

‘That’s What She Said’
'You Shout You Shout You Shout You Shout'
‘Lost At Home’
‘Keep Your Eyes Peeled’
‘Seriously… I Hate You Guys’
‘On The Campaign Trail’
‘Team Drama’
‘By My Side’

Before the release of their debut, The Automatic will hit the road on the NME New Music Tour 2006 along with headliners Boy Kill Boy, ¡Forward Russia!, The Long Blondes and Howling Bells.

NME New Music Tour 2006 dates are:

Bristol University (May 6)*
Cardiff University (7)*
Wolverhampton Wulfrun (8)*
Glasgow QMU (10)
Middlesbrough Empire (11)
Manchester University (12)
Portsmouth Pyramid (14)
Leicester University (15)
Cambridge Junction (16)
Norwich UEA (18)
Sheffield Leadmill (19) (No Forward Russia)
Liverpool Carling Academy (20)
Oxford Brookes University (23)
London Electric Ballroom (24)

*Howling Bells replace the Long Blondes

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/GIGS or call them on 0870 1 663 663.

The band will then play a series of homecoming shows in Wales. The dates are:

Merthyr Studio Bar (May 31)
Cowbridge Leisure Centre (June 1)
Neath Windsor Club (2)
Narbeth Queens Hall (3)
Brecon Theatre Brycheniog (5)

For ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.

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