Trending:

Alt-J stream new album ‘This Is All Yours’ via custom app

The album will be officially released on September 22

Alt-J have made their forthcoming second album ‘This Is All Yours’ available to stream via a specially designed app.

The app is available to download via Google Play (for android) or the Apple app store (for iOS) and enables the listener to access the album from certain places throughout the world.

Streaming locations are centred around parks and places of interest. The app will allow users to see where their nearest streaming location is and will notify of new areas as they are added. Locations can also be viewed online at altjband.com/map.

Advertisement

‘This Is All Yours’ will officially be released on September 22 through Infectious Records.

The record is the band’s second, following Mercury Prize-winning debut ‘An Awesome Wave’. Having previously announced the record, the band have since unveiled a series of new tracks including first single ‘Hunger Of The Pine’ (featuring Miley Cyrus) and recent track ‘Every Other Freckle’.

The full tracklist for ‘This Is All Yours’ is:

‘Intro’
‘Arrival In Nara’
‘Nara’
‘Every Other Freckle’
‘Left Hand Free’
‘Garden Of England’
‘Choice Kingdom’
‘Hunger Of The Pine’
‘Warm Foothills’
‘The Gospel Of John Hurt’
‘Pusher’
‘Bloodflood Pt II’
‘Leaving Nara’

Meanwhile, Alt-J are also set to embark on a tour of the UK in support of the record, playing their biggest shows to date including one in January at London’s O2 Arena.

Alt-J will play:

Advertisement

Glasgow O2 Academy (September 18)
Manchester Apollo (19,20)
Wolverhampton Civic Hall (22)
Brighton Centre (23)
London Alexandra Palace (24)
Dublin O2 Arena (27)
London O2 Arena (January 24, 2015)

To check the availability of Alt-J tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Juice WRLD, 1998-2019 – the NME obituary

The Chicago rapper has died from a seizure at the age of 21

The Best Songs Of The Decade: The 2010s

Here – after much debate – are the 100 very best songs of 2010s

The Best Albums of The Decade: The 2010s

Here it is: the ultimate guide to the 100 essential albums of the 2010s, picked, ranked and dissected by NME experts
Advertisement