But it's only a little delay...

Returning Scots rockers Teenage Fanclub have delayed the release of their new album.

As previously revealed on NME.COM, the band have finished ’Man-Made’, their first studio album since 2000’s ’Howdy!’. It will now be slightly delayed and out on May 9.

The LP was recorded in Chicago last year, with production duties handle by Tortoise’ John McEntire.

’Man-Made’ will be released through Teenage Fanclub’s own label PeMa.

As previously reported on NME.COM, Teenage Fanclub will kick off their touring with low-key shows at London Scala on March 29 and Glasgow’s Mitchell Theatre on March 31. These are now sold out, but a full tour will now follow the release of the album, calling at:

Leeds Cockpit (May 9)

Stoke Sugarmill (10)

Bristol Academy (11)

Southampton University (13)

Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (14)

Brighton Concorde (16)

Oxford Zodiac (17)

Cambridge Junction (18)

Norwich Waterfront (19)

Sheffield Leadmill (21)

Birmingham Academy 2 (22)

Liverpool Academy 2 (23)

Newcastle University (25)

Glasgow Academy (26)

Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (27)

Perth City Hall (28)

Aberdeen Lemon Tree (29)

Manchester Academy 2 (31)

London Astoria (June 1)

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