The Gaslight Anthem announce new album tracklisting and stream new song

Band make title track available to listen to ahead of June release

The Gaslight Anthem have announced the tracklisting of their forthcoming new album ‘American Slang’ – and have made one new song from it available online.

The LP will be released on June 14, with its title track now streaming on the band’s official Facebook page.

‘American Slang’ was produced by Ted Hutt as was its predecessor, 2008’s ‘The ’59 Sound’. It will be the New Jersey band’s third studio album – the cover art is pictured on the right.

“All I can say is that the songs sound really big! It sounds like a movie, it’s sonically a lot bigger than the last one,” frontman Brian Fallon told NME.COM of the album.

He added: “Not bigger in an ‘American Idiot’ [Green Day album] where it’s like there’s a play going on, but bigger in terms of bold statements. It takes you on much more of a ride than the last one.”

The tracklisting of ‘American Slang’ will be:

‘American Slang’
‘Stay Lucky’
‘Bring It On’
‘The Diamond Church Street Choir’
‘The Queen of Lower Chelsea’
‘Old Haunts’
‘The Spirit Of Jazz’
‘We Did It When We Were Young’