Viva Brother stream debut album 'Famous First Words' online - audio

Slough band preview their much talked about debut album

Video: Viva Brother - 'Still Here' Acoustic Session

Viva Brother are streaming their debut album 'Famous First Words' online.

The Slough band, who were originally due to release the album last month, have now finally unveiled the LP, which is officially released on Monday (August 1). You can listen to it by scrolling down the page.

The album, which has been produced by Blur/The Streets knob twiddler Stephen Street, features the previously released singles 'Still Here', 'New Year's Day' and 'Darling Buds Of May'. You can watch the band performing a new acoustic version of 'Still Here' at the top of your screen.

Viva Brother are set to tour the UK in September and are also booked to play Reading And Leeds Festivals in late August.

'Famous First Words' is reviewed in this week's issue of NME which is on UK newsstands now or available digitally.



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