James Skelly & The Intenders announce debut album and tour – ticket details

The Coral frontman will release 'Love Undercover' on June 3

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James Skelly & The Intenders have announced details of their debut album and English tour.

Self-produced by The Coral's James Skelly and recorded at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool in August 2012, the new album will be released on June 3 via Skeleton Key Records.

Skelly enlisted the help of his old bandmates along with members of The Sundowners and Tramp Attack to record the album, his first since 2010's 'Butterfly House' by The Coral. 'Do It Again', the first track taken from the LP, is currently available as a free download via the band's website.

The tracklisting for 'Love Undercover' is as follows:

'You've Got It All'
'Do It Again'
'Here For You'
'Sacrifice'
'Searching For The Sun'
'You And I'
'Set You Free'
'Turn Away'
'What A Day'
'I’m A Man'
'Darkest Days'


The group have also announced details of their English tour, which kicks off in Leeds on June 6 before moving on to Sheffield, Liverpool, Birmingham, London, Bristol and finishing at Manchester's Gorilla on June 15.

James Skelly & The Intenders will play:

Leeds Brudenell Social Club (June 6)
Sheffield O2 Academy 2 (7)
Liverpool O2 Academy 2 (8)
Birmingham Institute Temple Room (11)
London Dingwalls (12)
Bristol Thekla (14)
Manchester Gorilla (15)


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