February 16, 2010 11:35

UNKLE announce new album tracklisting and release details

Mark Lanegan and Sleepy Sun feature on 'Where Did The Night Fall'

UNKLE announce new album tracklisting and release details
UNKLE have announced the details of their forthcoming new album, 'Where Did The Night Fall'.

Released on May 10, the album features guest appearances from Mark Lanegan, Sleepy Sun, The Black Angels and Katrina Ford of cabaret punk trio Celebration.

Album track 'Natural Selection', which features The Black Angels, is available as a free download from UNKLE.com.

The tracklisting for 'Where Did The Night Fall' is:

'Nowhere'
'Follow Me Down' (feat Sleepy Sun)
'Natural Selection' (feat The Black Angels)
'Joy Factory' (feat Autolux)
'The Answer' (feat Big In Japan (Baltimore))
'On A Wire' (feat ELLE J)
'Falling Stars' (feat Gavin Clark)
'Heavy Drug'
'Caged Bird' (feat Katrina Ford)
'Ablivion'
'The Runaway' (feat ELLE J)
'Ever Rest' (feat Joel Cadbury)
'The Healing' (feat Gavin Clark)
'Another Night Out' (feat Mark Lanegan)


UNKLE also play London's Koko venue on May 25.

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

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