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Music news round-up: w/e 27 April

Glen Campbell will release a new album, See You There, on July 29. Campbell, who celebrated his 77th birthday this week, offers new takes of his career-defining hits, including “Gentle On My Mind,” “By The Time I Get To Phoenix,” “Hey Little One,” “Wichita Lineman,” “Galveston,” “True Grit” and “Rhinestone Cowboy.” The collection, which will be released by Surfdog Records, was produced by Dave Darling (Brian Setzer) and Surfdog founder Dave Kaplan.

Ahead of their debut album In A Perfect World (out June 10th), Kodaline will release their new single 'Love Like This' on June 2nd. Listen to the track below:

'Go To Hell, For Heaven's Sake' will be the next single released by Bring Me The Horizon, out on June 10th through RCA. The band embark on a UK tour next week, with full details as follows:


29th Manchester Academy 2
30th Newcastle University


1st Inverness Ironworks
2nd Glasgow ABC
4th Portsmouth Pyramids Centre
5th Cardiff Solus
6th Wolverhampton Wulfrun
7th London KoKo

Travis return after a five year hiatus with their seventh album Where You Stand, out August 19th on their own relaunched label Red Telephone Box via Kobalt Label Services.

Russian art rockers, Mumiy Troll, have announced that they will release new single, 'Swimming With Sharks' in the UK on July 15th. They play

23rd May 2013 – Glasgow O2 ABC
25th May 2013 – London O2 Islington Academy

Mumiy Troll will be supported on the above dates by Moulettes and additionally joined by Rubylux in London.

Rough Trade’s new signing Houndmouth have released an official music video, directed by Joe Baughman (Sufjan Stevens), for their single ‘On The Road’.

Following on from their string of sold out London shows earlier this year, Houndmouth will play the following UK dates this summer:

17th May – The Great Escape (The Haunt), Brighton
24th May – Dot to Dot Festival, Manchester
25th May – Dot to Dot Festival, Bristol
26th May – Dot to Dot Festival, Nottingham
27th May – King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
28th May – Nation Of Shopkeepers, Leeds
3rd June – 100 Club, London

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