The Black Lips announce new album 'Underneath The Rainbow'

Patrick Carney of The Black Keys has part produced the band's forthcoming LP

The Black Lips announce new album 'Underneath The Rainbow'

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The Black Lips have announced the release of their brand new album, 'Underneath The Rainbow'.

The follow-up to 2011's 'Arabia Mountain' LP will come out on March 18, 2014, with artwork by the iconic photographer Mick Rock. It will consist of 12 tracks and feature production work by Patrick Carney of The Black Keys as well as help from Dap Kings music director Tommy Brenneck. Ed Rawls also co-produced a number of tracks and the LP was mixed by Jimmy Douglass.

Speaking previously to The Hollywood Reporter Jared Swilley of the band said that the album would be a combination of "club bangers and southern rock anthems".

The 'Underneath The Rainbow' tracklisting is:

'Drive By Buddy'
'Smiling'
'Make You Mine'
'Funny'
'Dorner Party'
'Justice After All'
'Boys in the Wood'
'Waiting'
'Do the Vibrate'
'I Don't Wanna Go Home'
'Dandelion Dust'
'Dog Years'



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