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Music news round up: w/e 21 June

The Gaslight Anthem will release their new album Get Hurt on August 18th through Virgin EMI. To mark the release, they have announced a UK & European tour, with full UK dates as follows:

17 - Apollo - Manchester, UK
19 - Alexandra Palace - London, UK
21 - Corn Exchange - Edinburgh, UK
22 - Motorpoint Arena - Cardiff, UK
23 - Academy - Birmingham, UK

Get Hurt tracklisting
1. Stay Vicious
2. 1,000 Years
3. Get Hurt
4. Stray Paper
5. Helter Skeleton
6. Underneath the Ground
7. Rollin' and Tumblin'
8. Red Violins
9. Selected Poems
10. Ain't That a Shame
11. Break Your Heart

12. Dark Places
13. Sweet Morphine (Deluxe edition only bonus track)
14. Mama’s Boys (Deluxe edition only bonus track)
15. Halloween (Deluxe edition only bonus track)


'Tough Love' will be the first single released from Jessie Ware's soon to be announced second album. The track, which you can listen to below, is out on August 3rd through PMR Records.


Former TMF Tip Dry The River will release their second album Alarms In The Heart on August 25th through Transgressive Records, and have unveiled album track 'Gethsemane' to whet your appetite. The folk rockers will also embark on a UK tour in October, with tickets on sale now and full details as follows:

02 - Portsmouth - Wedgewood Rooms
03 - Cambridge - Junction
04 - Manchester - Academy 2
05 - York - Fibbers
07 - Hull - Welly
08 - Glasgow - Oran Mor
09 - Newcastle - Northumbria University
10 - Birmingham - Institute
11 - Oxford - Academy
14 - Cardiff - Globe
15 - Leeds - Cockpit
16 - London - Forum


Union J will release their new single 'Tonight (We Live Forever)' on August 17th. The track, which you can listen to below, is the first to be taken from their second album scheduled for release later this year.


'Break The Fall' will be the next single released by Laura Welsh, out on August 11th through Outsiders / Polydor. Her debut album Soft Control will be released later this year.


Courteeners have announced that their fourth album Concrete Love will be out on August 18th through [PIAS] Cooperative. Written and recorded in part in Montmartre by Courteeners talismanic singer/songwriter Liam Fray last autumn, deluxe editions of the album come with either a DVD (physical copies) or download (i-tunes) recorded at the band’s Castlefield Bowl gig.

Concrete Love tracklisting:

1. White Horses
2. How Good It Was
3. Small Bones
4. Has He Told You That He Loves You Yet
5. Black & Blue
6. International
7. Next Time You Call
8. Summer
9. Saboteur
10. Dreamers
11. Beautiful Head

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