November 13, 2009 4:59

Tindersticks announce new album tracklisting and release details

'Falling Down A Mountain' is released on January 25

Tindersticks announce new album tracklisting and release details
Tindersticks have revealed details of their eighth studio album.

Called 'Falling Down A Mountain', the album will be released in the Europe on January 25 and in North America on February 16.

Recorded in France and Belgium, it will be the follow-up to 2008's 'The Hungry Saw'.

The tracklisting for 'Falling Down A Mountain' will be:

'Falling Down A Mountain'
'Keep You Beautiful'
'Harmony Around My Table'
'Peanuts'
'She Rode Me Down'
'Hubbards Hills'
'Black Smoke'
'No Place So Alone'
'Factory Girls'
'Piano Music'

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