The Black Crowes to release first album in seven years

US band also line-up London gig

The Black Crowes to release first album in seven years
The Black Crowes have announced details of their first album in seven years.

The band release 'Warpaint', the follow-up to 2001's 'Lions', on March 3.

The album, featuring 11 tracks, was recorded at Allaire Studios in Woodstock, upper state New York.

The full tracklisting for 'Warpaint' is as follows:

'Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution'
'Walk Believer Walk'
'Oh Josephine'
'We Who See The Deep'
'Locust Street'
'Movin' On Down The Line'
'Wounded Bird'
'God's Got It'
'There's Gold In Them Hills'
'Whoa Mule'

The Black Crowes are also set to perform at London’s Brixton Academy on April 9.

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