Daughn Gibson streams new album 'Me Moan' – listen

The album follows last year's sinister, country inspired debut 'All Hell'

Daughn Gibson streams new album 'Me Moan' – listen

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Daughn Gibson is streaming his brand new album, 'Me Moan', ahead of its official release on July 8.

The album follows the Pennsylvania singer's 2012 debut 'All Hell' and is set for release on the Sub Pop label. Scroll down to listen to the album in full, via SoundCloud.

Gibson was recently featured in NME's Radar pages, where it was revealed that he used to work in a pornographic bookstore. "It was incredible," he said. "I think it inspired my whole life – like, pull back the curtain a little bit and see what's inside. That's one of the moments where I became fascinated with the underbelly." Click here to read more.

Gibson recently played Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona and will be touring North America this summer.

The 'Me Moan' tracklisting is:

'The Sound of Law'
'Phantom Rider'
'Mad Ocean'
'The Pisgee Nest'
'You Don't Fade'
'Franco'
'Won't You Climb'
'The Right Signs'
'Kissin On The Blacktop'
'All My Days Off'
'Into The Sea'




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