Frontman Jason Stollsteimer says 'Pawn Shoppe Heart' sees the band find their "own sound"...

Von Bondies have announced details of their new album, due in February.

'Pawn Shoppe Heart' will be released on February 9, and was recorded with former Talking Heads guitarist Jerry Harrison.

The band, who recently played two gigs at London’s 100 Club, will also release new single 'C'mon C'mon', on January 26.

"We were really insistent about finding our own sound," said singer/guitarist Jason Stollsteimer. "We were never happy with the sound of our first record. It's always been a challenge to capture the power of our live show but I think we've come a lot closer this time."

The full tracklisting for 'Pawn Shoppe Heart'is:

'No Regrets'
'Broken Man'
'C'mon C'mon'
'Tell Me What You See'
'Been Swank'
'Not That Social'
'Crawl Through Darkness'
'The Fever'
'Right Of Way'
'Poison Ivy'
'Pawn Shoppe Heart'

Von Bondies’s 2001 debut album 'Lack Of Communication' was produced by Jack White. As previously reported on NME.COM, the band have denied that there is a rift between the White Stripes, and themselves, despite Jack’s insistence recently that the band have "lost their minds".

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