The Human League announce new album details

'Credo' is produced by i-Monster

The Human League announce new album details
The Human League have revealed the tracklisting and title of their new album.

Named 'Credo', the record from the veteran synth-pop band is set to be released in March next year.

The artwork for the album, which has been produced by Sheffield duo i-Monster, is pictured on the right. Its title is Latin for "statement of belief".

The band kicked off their UK tour at the Norwich UEA last night (November 29).

The tracklisting of 'Credo' is:

'Never Let Me Go'
'Night People'
'Sky'
'Into The Night'
'Egomaniac'
'Single Minded'
'Electric Shock'
'Get Together'
'Privilege'
'Breaking The Chains'
'When The Stars Start To Shine'

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