The Naked and Famous announce new album, unveil 'Hearts Like Ours' – listen

The electronic pop band will release 'In Rolling Waves' on September 16

The Naked and Famous announce new album, unveil 'Hearts Like Ours' – listen

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The Naked And Famous are set to release their new album, 'In Rolling Waves', on September 16.

The first taste of the New Zealand band's second LP is the high-octane 'Hearts Like Ours', which you can stream below. The track premiered earlier this evening (July 23) on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show. The group, who are now based in Los Angeles, released their debut album, 'Passive Me, Aggressive You', in 2010.



The 'In Rolling Waves' tracklisting is:

'A Stillness'
'Hearts Like Ours'
'Waltz'
'Rolling Waves'
'The Mess'
'Grow Old'
'Golden Girl'
'I Kill Giants'
'What We Want'
'We Are Leaving'
'To Move With Purpose'
'A Small Reunion'


The Naked And Famous tour the UK and Ireland this November. They will play live in London, Glasgow, Bristol, Belfast, Manchester, Birmingham, Norwich and Dublin as part of a wider European tour. Starting at the Ritz in Manchester on November 21, the UK leg will conclude in London on December 1.

The Naked And Famous will play:

Manchester Ritz (November 21)
Birmingham Institute (22)
Norwich UEA (23)
Dublin Olympia (25)
Belfast Limelight (26)
Glasgow O2 ABC (27)
Bristol O2 Academy (29)
Oxford O2 Academy (30)
London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (December 2)


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