March 3, 2008 16:58

The Charlatans give new album away for free

'You Cross My Path' available on digital download now

The Charlatans give new album away for free
The Charlatans have made their new album 'You Cross My Path' available as a free digital download on Xfm.co.uk website.

'You Cross My Path' – the follow up to 2006’s ‘Simpatico’ is online now, despite the fact the hard copy of the release is not due for release until May 19.

Speaking to Xfm frontman Tim Burgess said: "We always knew this album was going to be given away for free, even before we started writing so we wanted to make it the best album we've ever made. This isn't a case of left over tracks and b-sides, we wanted to give our fans a quality record."

Fans can also order a deluxe hard copy of the album if they buy a ticket for the band’s forthcoming UK tour. See Recordstore.co.uk/charlatans/ for more details.

The tour dates are:
Leicester University (May 10)
Liverpool Carling Academy (11)
Oxford Carling Academy (12)
Bristol Carling Academy (13)
London Forum (15)
Southampton Guildhall (16)
Lincoln Engine Shed (17)
Glasgow Carling Academy (20)
Newcastle Carling Academy (22)
Sheffield Carling Academy (23)
Manchester University (24)


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

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