We Are Scientists takeover NME Radio from 4pm today (Jun 8)

New York duo will preview 'Barbara' this afternoon

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We Are Scientists are set to takeover NME Radio this afternoon (June 8).

The New York duo will commandeer the airwaves from 4pm (BST) as they join Jon Hillcock's show.

Not only will the band will be previewing tracks from forthcoming album 'Barbara' and answering your questions, the pair will also be playing a selection of their favourite music including Weezer, The Smiths and Lightspeed Champion.

Tune into NME Radio for the hour long takeover from 4pm, by heading to Sky Channel 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727, DAB nationwide or NME.COM/radio.

Plus get this week's issue of NME, on UK newsstands nationwide from tomorrow (June 9) for a review of the band's new album.

In the meantime you can watch the video for the band's latest single 'Rules Don't Stop' on the right now.

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