Dog Is Dead announce new single 'Glockenspiel Song'

Dog Is Dead have revealed details about their next single and their debut album.

'Glockenspiel Song' is out on July 23rd and is the Nottingham five-piece's third release through Atlantic Records. The track is a fan favourite and was featured on BBC2 in 2010 as part of their Glastonbury highlights show, before a live performance of the track on Skins. Have a listen to the re-recorded version below.

Commenting on the track, lead singer Rob Milton said: ";Glockenspiel Song' is our feel good track about our childhood and the place we grew up in. We always planned to re-release this in the lead up to releasing our debut album as while we were blown away by the reaction first time around we always wanted to re-record it, make a proper video and get it out there to a wider audience - it's a hell of a lot of fun to play and a big live favourite, so summer 2012 is the perfect time to get it out there.”

'Glockenspiel Song' will feature on their upcoming debut album All Our Favourite Stories, which is set for release this autumn. Dog Is Dead are set to play the following festivals over the coming months:

16 June GoldCoast Oceanfest, Devon
29 June Hop Farm Festival, Kent
30 June Blissfields, Winchester

8 July T In The Park, Kinross-shire, Scotland
14 July 2000 Trees, Gloucestershire
20 July Wickerman Festival, South West Scotland
21 July Truck Festival, Hill Farm, Oxford
28 July Leopallooza, Cornwall

4 August Belladrum
18 August Summer Sundae, Leicester
19 August Strummer of Love, Somerset

1 September In The Woods, South England

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