The Von Bondies line up new EP

The garage-rock gang also finish their third album

The Von Bondies line up new EP
The Von Bondies have completed their long-awaited third album 'Love, Hate And Then There's You', their first record since 2004.

The group have also produced an EP entitled 'We Are Kamikazes Aiming Straight For Your Heart'.

The four-track EP is available from the group’s Myspace page now.

Since 2004, the band’s line-up has changed considerably and only singer and guitarist Jason Stollsteimer and drummer Don Blum remain.

'We Are Kamikazes Aiming Straight For Your Heart''s tracklisting is:

'Pale Bride'
'21st Birthday'
'Wake Me Up'
'I Don't Wanna'

The Von Bondies' album is set for a summer release.

The Detroit band are also set to tour the UK, calling at the following venues:

Birmingham Bar Academy (February 25)
London Scala (26)
Brighton Barfly (28)
Wigan Tavern (29)
Middlesbrough Empire (March 1)

To check the availability of The Von Bondies tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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