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Trio's third album isn't officially released until next Monday (September 19)

Hear The Subways' new album 'Money And Celebrity' exclusively on NME.COM – audio
You can hear The Subways' new album 'Money And Celebrity' exclusively and in full on NME.COM, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

The album, which is the Welwyn Garden City trio's third, has been produced by Blur/Smiths knob twiddler Stephen Street and is officially released next Monday (September 19).

'Money And Celebrity' is the follow-up to the band's 2008 second album 'All Or Nothing' and has been preceded by a free download, 'It's A Party', which is available from the band's official website thesubways.net.

The Subways kick off a 13 date UK tour on Friday (September 17) at O2 Academy Oxford and end on October 4, with a show at London's KOKO.

The tracklisting for 'Money And Celebrity' is as follows:

'It's A Party'
'We Don't Need Money To Have A Good Time'
'Celebrity'
'I Wanna Dance With You'
'Popdeath'
'Like I Love You'
'Money'
'Kiss Kiss Bang Bang'
'Down Our Street'
'Rumour'
'Friday'
'Leave My Side'


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