These New Puritans announce new album 'Field Of Reeds'

Band will play headline London show on June 19

These New Puritans announce new album 'Field Of Reeds'

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These New Puritans have announced details of their new album 'Field Of Reeds'.

The London band will release their third album on June 10 via Infectious Music and have uploaded a video to their official website teasing the album release. A statement running alongside the video reads: ""hello people of the world wide web. we are releasing a new album. it’s called ‘Field of Reeds’. more information soon. but for now here is a short video for you to watch, love george +TNP."

A series of gigs will take place ahead of the album release with These New Puritans performing in Tokyo, Paris, London and Berlin between June 8-26. See below for full dates and venue information.

These New Puritans released their last album 'Hidden' in 2010. The album was the follow up to their debut 'Beat Pyramid' and was subsequently named album of the year by NME.

These New Puritans will play:

Tokyo Hostess Club Weekender (June 8)
Café De La Danse (17)
London Heaven (19)
Berlin Heimathafen Neukölln (26)


To check the availability of These New Puritans tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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