The Zutons announce second album details

And there’s a new single too

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The Zutons are to release their second album ‘Tired Of Hangin’ Around’ on April 17.

The band will be following up the success of their 2004 debut ‘Who Killed The Zutons?’.

The first single to be lifted from the LP will be ‘Why Won’t You Give Me Your Love?’, which hits the shops on April 3.

Produced by Stephen Street, ‘Tired Of Hangin’ Around’ was recorded at Townhouse and Olympic Studios and songs expected to appear on the record include ‘Valerie’, ‘Oh Stacy Look What You’ve Done!’ and ‘It’s The Little Things We Do’.

The Zutons will be giving fans a chance to hear a glimpse of the new material at their upcoming sold out ShockWaves NME Awards Show at London’s Koko on February 14.

The band will also play at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas on March 16 with Ray Davies at the American Music Hall.

‘Why Won’t You Give Me Your Love?’ will be available on two CD singles & 7’ vinyl, and includes brand new Zutons tracks on all formats.

CD1 will feature the B-sides ‘Are We Friends Or Lovers’, ‘What’s My Heart For?’ and the video for the lead track, will CD2 will include ‘I Want You’.

The 7” vinyl will boast ‘Love’s Little Lies’ on the flipside.

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