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Band also offer free download of new track 'It's A Party'

The Subways to release new album 'Money And Celebrity' in September

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The Subways have announced that they will release their third studio album in mid September. The follow-up to 2008's 'All Or Nothing' will be called 'Money And Celebrity'.

The trio, who have recorded the album with Blur/The Smiths producer Stephen Street in London, have also released a brand new track for free download.

Titled 'It's A Party', the track is now available for free from the band's official website thesubways.net. Another single will precede the album's release in early September.

The album has been made with the help of a fan funded Pledgemusic campaign.

The band finished a lengthy UK tour last night in Portsmouth and are set to preview their new material across a series of festival appearances in mainland Europe. The only UK festival the band are presently scheduled to appear at is the Rhythms Of The World Festival in Hertfordshire.

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