Yeah Yeah Yeahs' new album to stream on MySpace

Listen to 'It's Blitz' for free from tomorrow (March 7)

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs' brand new album 'It's Blitz!' is set to stream on Myspace.com/yeahyeahyeahs from tomorrow (March 7) until it's release next week.

The album's release date was originally set to be released April 13 in the UK and a day later in the US, but the date was brought forward after an online leak. It will now come out digitally in the US on March 10 and in other parts of the world on March 9.

The album was produced by the band's long-term producer Dave Sitek as well as Nick Launay (currently working on The Cribs' new album).

The band will embark on a UK and European tour in support of the new album after their appearance at the Coachella Festival on April 19.

--By our New York staff.
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