Those Dancing Days announce debut album details

Swedish popstrells set for October release

Those Dancing Days announce debut album details
Those Dancing Days will release their debut album 'In Our Space Suits' on October 6.

The album will be preceded by a single, 'Home Sweet Home', on September 29.

Recorded at Dubious Studios in the band's native Sweden, the record will also feature previous singles 'Run, Run', 'Those Dancing Days' and 'Hitten'.

The full tracklisting is:

'Intro'
'Falling In Fall'
'I Know Where You Live'
'Run, Run'
'Hitten'
'Actionman'
'Shuffle'
'Home Sweet Home'
'Duet Under Water'
'Kids'
'Those Dancing Days'
'Space Hero Suits'


As previously announced, the band will play the following UK dates:

Kingston New Slang @ The Works (August 7)
London Underage Festival (8)
Manchester Roadhouse (9)
Leicester Summer Sundae (10)


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