The Long Blondes name debut album

The group hit the road with new record

The Long Blondes name debut album
The Long Blondes have named their debut album.

The Sheffield band will release ’Someone To Drive You Home’ on November 6.

The album was recorded in London, with former Pulp man Steve Mackey producing.

The record will be preceded by the single ‘Once And Never Again’ on October 23.

Meanwhile, as previously reported, the band are set to head out on their first headlining UK and Irish tour.

The Long Blondes play:

Norwich Arts Centre (October 1)
Stoke Sugarmill (2)
Manchester Academy 3 (4)
Leeds Cockpit (5)
Newcastle Northumbria Uni (7)
Aberdeen Lemon Tree (9)
Glasgow Oran Mor (10)
Belfast Speak Easy (11)
Dublin Crawdaddy (12)
Liverpool University (13)
Oxford Zodiac (15)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (16)
London Mean Fiddler (17)
Cambridge Junction (18)
Cardiff CF10 Univ (22)
Bristol Thekla (23)
Brighton Concorde 2 (26)
Southampton Joiners (27)
Birmingham Academy 2 (28)
Sheffield The Foundry (29)

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