Von Bondies to return with new album

Release will be their first album in five years

Von Bondies to return with new album
The Von Bondies have confirmed the release of a new album for 2009.

The Detroit garage rockers will release 'Love, Hate, And Then There's You' on February 3 in the US through new label Majordomo. A UK release is likely to be confirmed shortly.

The album will be preceded by a limited-edition single, 'Pale Bride', on November 18, ahead of a full-scale single release. The song is backed by 'Falling In Love'.

The group's first record since 2004's 'Pawn Shoppe Heart' was jointly produced by Rick Parker (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club), Peter Katis (Interpol) and Butch Walker (Hot Hot Heat).

"We would have signed a lot sooner," joked singer Jason Stollsteimer on the band's MySpace blog, "but it took us four years to find a pen."

So far, the band have announced the following US dates, with more expected to be confirmed:

TT the Bars, Cambridge, Massachusetts (October 27)
Crofoot, Pontiac, Michigan (31)
The Beat Kitchen, Chicago, Illinois (November 2)
Turf Club, Saint Paul, Minnesota (4)

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