The Hold Steady announce new album 'Teeth Dreams'

The band will release their sixth studio LP in March

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Photo: Pieter M Van Hattem/NME
The Hold Steady are set to release their new album, 'Teeth Dreams', on March 25.

The US rock band will put out the follow-up to 2010's 'Heaven Is Whenever' this spring, reports Billboard. The LP will be released Stateside on Razor & Tie's new imprint, Washington Square.

Speaking about the new record, frontman Craig Finn commented: "We're excited for this new chapter. Tad Kubler of the band added: "We're really proud of our new record, this is an exciting time for us. Making the new record has been a journey for the band, and the results exceeded even our own expectations. Can't wait for people to hear it." The band, who will celebrate their 10th anniversary this year, will tour the US starting later this month, kicking off the run of gigs in Memphis on January 29.

In 2012 Craig Finn released his debut solo album, 'Clear Heart Full Eyes', produced by Spoon/And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead knob twiddler Mike McCarthy. Finn said of 'Clear Heart Full Eyes': "I had written a bunch of songs that were outside of the norm for The Hold Steady, a little quieter and perhaps more narrative. I wanted to gain some experience and insight into the process of making a record by working with new people."

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