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The Heartbreaks criticise label for failing to release their album on vinyl

'We May Yet Stand A Chance' is released on June 2 - but not on vinyl

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The Heartbreaks have criticised their label for failing to release their most recent album on vinyl.

The band's second LP 'We May Yet Stand A Chance' will be released on June 2, but only on CD and digitally, not on 12" vinyl. The Morecambe-based band - who recorded the album with producer Dave Eringa (Manic Street Preachers) - have taken to Twitter to express their disappointment with Nusic Sounds.



The 'We May Yet Stand A Chance' tracklisting is:

'Paint The Town Beige'
'Absolved'
'Hey, Hey Lover'
'Robert Jordan'
'¡No Pasarán!'
'Bittersweet'
'Fair Stood The Wind'
'Man Overboard'
'This Is Not Entertainment'
'Rome'
'Dying Sun'


The Heartbreaks will play London Oslo tomorrow (May 30).

To check the availability of Heartbreaks tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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