September 4, 2011 13:43

Wilco stream their new album 'The Whole Love' online - audio

Listen to band's eighth studio album ahead of its official release now

Wilco stream their new album 'The Whole Love' online - audio

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Wilco are streaming their forthcoming album 'The Whole Love' in its entirety online ahead of its official release.

The band posted a message to fans saying it is "a reward for your labours, our labours, and those of our forefathers/mothers". Head over to their official website to listen to the LP now.

'The Whole Love' will be the Chicago-based band's eighth studio album, following 2009's self-titled effort 'Wilco (The Album)', and is due out in the UK on September 26.

The LP was put together at the band's recording studio The Loft and was self-produced.

The band are due to hit the road for a series of tour dates in October including a date at London's Roundhouse.

Wilco will play:

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (October 24)
Manchester Academy (25)
Bristol Colston Hall (27)
London Roundhouse (28, 29)

To check the availability Wilco tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

You can also listen to the band's recent single – their first release on their own dBpm record label – 'I Might', below:

Wilco - I Might by ListenBeforeYouBuy

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