White Denim return with new album

Texan trio call second set their 'friendship record'

White Denim return with new album
White Denim return with a new album this summer.

The Austin, Texas trio follow-up their acclaimed debut 'Workout Holiday' with 'Fits', released on June 22 through Full Time Hobby.

Singer and guitarist James Petralli dubbed the album their 'friendship record', saying of the sessions: "We were congratulating each other for having good ideas.

"We went through a lot of positive and negative things and came out of it a lot closer."

The tracklisting is:

'Radio Milk How Can You Stand It'
'All Consolation'
'Say What You Want'
'Hard Attack'
'I Start To Run'
'Sex Prayer'
'Mirrored And Reversed'
'Paint Yourself'
'I'd Have It Just The Way We Were'
'Everybody Somebody'
'Regina Holding Hands'
'Syncn'


The band will play the following UK festival dates in advance of the album next month:

Brighton Pavilion, The Great Escape (May 16)
Liverpool Sound City, Academy 2 (20)
London Stag and Dagger, Hoxton Bar and Kitchen (21)
Leeds Stag and Dagger, The Faversham (22)
Glasgow Stag and Dagger, Stereo (23)


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