James announce tenth album details

'Hey Ma' controversial cover already banned

James have announced details of their first album in seven years.

‘Hey Ma’, the band’s tenth LP, will be released on April 7.

The LP’s cover art has already caused controversy, as it features an image of a baby reaching to pick up a handgun.

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Outdoor media owner JC Decaux has already banned the album’s poster campaign because it goes against the company’s policy of depicting guns on posters Mad.co.uk.

The album’s tracklisting is:

‘Bubbles’

‘Hey Ma’

‘Waterfall’

‘Oh My Heart’

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‘Boom Boom’

‘Semaphore’

‘Upside’

‘Whiteboy’

’72’

‘Monsters And Heroes And Men’

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