“Nice one” – Slaves confirm that their new album is “done”

The duo have apparently been recording their latest studio effort in the Belgian capital of Brussels

Slaves have confirmed that the recording of their new album is “done” – less than a month after they entered the studio.

The Royal Tunbridge Wells duo told fans last month that they were recording the follow-up to their second studio album ‘Take Control’ – which was released in September 2016 – in the coming weeks, saying that they “couldn’t wait” to share the new songs with their fans.

Taking to Instagram yesterday (April 7), Slaves posted a picture of themselves outside a studio – apparently located in the Belgian capital Brussels – looking exhausted on two seats.


Album done sun’s out nice one cheers xxxxxxxx” read the accompanying caption – check out the picture below.

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Album done sun’s out nice one cheers xxxxxxxx

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Previous posts on Instagram have suggested that Slaves were recording 16 tracks for the forthcoming new album. One post showed a whiteboard which charted the progress of each track’s recording, although the names of the songs had been deliberately cut off.

Back in January, Slaves launched their own record label – which goes by the name Girl Fight.

A statement from Girl Fight read: “The label has been launched by Slaves as a way of them being able to support the bands and the music that they love, by-passing the convoluted nature of big record labels and focussing on the nitty gritty.


“Girl Fight aims to be about great bands, big tunes and a DIY ethic inherited from the band’s punk rock roots.”