Leeds lads are set to release their second within a year of their debut
The Pigeon Detectives have revealed that their new album will be titled ‘Emergency’.
The record, out May 26, is released within a year of the release of their debut, ‘Wait For Me’, which was out on May 28 last year.
The album is preceded by a single, ‘This Is An Emergency’, out on May 12.
Speaking to NME.COM, singer Matt Bowman said: “‘This Is An Emergency’ could describe the last 12 months. It’s been fairly frantic, everything’s been going at breakneck speed between gigs and touring and festivals.”
For the full story on the making of ‘Emergency’, check out this week’s NME, on UK newsstands now.
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