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The Wytches stream debut album 'Annabel Dream Reader' – listen

Brighton band are set to release the record on Heavenly Recordings next week (August 25)

The Wytches stream debut album 'Annabel Dream Reader' – listen

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The Wytches are streaming their debut album, 'Annabel Dream Reader', ahead of its release next week.

The record will be available from August 25 via Heavenly Recordings. It was co-produced by The Coral's Bill Ryder-Jones and the Brighton group's frontman Kristian Bell at London's Toe Rag Studios, the analogue studio where The White Stripes recorded 'Elephant'. You can listen to the full album at NPR.

Recently, The Wytches were revealed as one of the recipients of government funding to promote their music around the world. The band have been chosen alongside the likes of The Wombats, Hadouken, Dry The River and more for the third Music Export Growth Scheme, which will see the artists given a share of a £250,000 pot to help increase their international sales. The scheme started in October of last year, and £750,000 has already been given to bands including Metronomy, Young Fathers and Slow Club.

Meanwhile, The Wytches have announced a headline tour for October and November this year, during which they'll play at London's Scala and an as-yet-undisclosed venue in their hometown.

The Wytches will play:

Sheffield Harley (October 6)
Newcastle Think Tank (7)
Norwich Sound & Vision (9)
Aldershot West End Centre (10)
Liverpool Kazimier (11)
York Duchess (13)
Northampton Roadmender (14)
Southampton Joiners (16)
Bristol Exchange (17)
Leeds Brudenell (November 27)
Manchester Deaf Institute (28)
Glasgow Stereo (29)
Birmingham Hare & Hounds (December 2)
London Scala (3)
Brighton, TBA (4)


To check the availability of The Wytches tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765

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