The band tell NME.COM all about the follow-up to 'So Much For The City'...

The Thrills have named their new album.

‘Let’s Bottle Bohemia’ will be released on September 14 through Virgin, the follow-up to 2003’s ‘So Much For The City’.

The album was recorded with producer Dave Sardy at his Magic Shop studios in Soho, New York.


Singer Conor Deasy told NME.COM: “If there’s a theme, it’s a year in the life of The Thrills, a strange year spent thinking about why you do what you do, what inspires you to do these things and where that comes from.”

The first single in the UK will be ‘Whatever Happened To Corey Haim?’, while the US will hear ‘Not For All The Love In The World’ first. Other tracks set for inclusion are ‘Saturday Night’, ‘The Irish Keep Gate Crashing’, ‘Found My Rosebud’ and ‘Let’s Bottle Bohemia’ itself.

For a full preview of The Thrills second album, see this week’s NME, out today (June 29) in London and tomorrow nationwide.


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