Portishead release date finally on the horizon

Their first album in 10 years will reportedly hit shelves this spring

Portishead will reportedly release their first new album in more than 10 years this spring.

Geoff Barrow announced on the band’s website in October that they were a day away from completing the new album, as previously reported.

Now it appears that the Bristol band plan to release the as-yet untitled album in April, according to Pitchfork. It will be the grou’s first album since ‘Portishead’ in 1997.

Meanwhile, the band are gearing up to perform December 7-9 in Minehead at the All Tomorrow’s Parties Nightmare Before Christmas, which they curated.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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