Glasvegas reveal debut album details – exclusive

The Scots' album will be out at the tail end of summer

Glasvegas have told NME that their debut album will be released in either late August or early September.

The eagerly-awaited record will be preceded by a single, ‘Geraldine’, out on June 26.

The band have said that songs destined for the album include ‘Daddy’s Gone’, ‘It’s My Own Cheating Heart That Makes Me Cry’, ‘Polmont On My Mind’, ‘Dream, Dream, Dreaming’, ‘Lonesome Swan’, ‘Flowers And Football Tops’ and ‘Sad Lite’.

The band are just about to finish recording the as-yet untitled album with Muse and Interpol producer Rich Costey in New York, with frontman James Allan on co-production duties.

“I like music that’s almost dreamy,” Allan told NME.COM. “We’ve come in at the angle of having the songs dreamy rather than jagged.”

See the latest issue of NME for the full interview with Allan and his band-mates.