The Cribs share new B-side ‘Orange Star Rattle’ – listen

'For All My Sisters' off-cut will back up 'Different Angle' seven-inch

The Cribs have shared the B-side to forthcoming single ‘Different Angle’. Scroll down to listen now.

The Wakefield group released sixth album ‘For All My Sisters’ in March, with second single ‘Different Angle’ due for release on June 1.

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Speaking to DIY about the track, which will feature on the ‘Different Angle’ seven-inch, the band explained that it marked their first departure from live recording, with different parts recorded between Portland, Leeds, New York and Australia: “As a rule we like to record live, but for this song the fragmented nature of our personal lives meant that it was necessary for us to be dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century.”

They added: “We have always believed that B-sides are a really important part of our output as a band. They are frequently held up as favourites by our die-hard fans, so we have always made every effort to make sure that each of our single releases are accompanied by brand new tracks.”

Meanwhile, The Cribs unveiled a new music video for ‘Different Angle’ last week.

Having played a homecoming show at Live At Leeds festival earlier in May, the band have now shared a retro-style clip for their latest single ‘Different Angle’. Filmed using a VHS camera, the video documents the group touring the US, spliced with footage of the band at home. Watch below.

Read the NME review of ‘For All My Sisters’.