White Denim announce US release details of sophomore album

'Fits' is due out in October

White Denim announce US release details of sophomore album
White Denim have announced the US release details of their sophomore album, 'Fits'.

The 12-track album is scheduled to be released in October via their new US label, Downtown Records.

The Austin trio recorded the album in their own studio trailer, and produced it themselves.

Singer/guitarist James Petralli said of the recording sessions: “We went through a lot of positive and negative things, and came out of it a lot closer.”

The band are expected to announce the details of an autumn US tour in the coming weeks.

The album tracklisting is:

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


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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