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Hear Belle And Sebastian’s new album ‘Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance’ in full

The Scottish group’s ninth album will be released new week.

Belle And Sebastian are streaming their new album ‘Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance’ a week ahead of the scheduled release. The group’s ninth album is the follow-up to 2010’s ‘Write About Love’, and gets released on 19th January via Matador. The album can be heard over on NPR.org now.

Last week, the group shared ‘The Cat With The Cream’, which followed two other singles from the release, ‘The Party Line’ and ‘Nobody’s Empire’.

‘Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance’ was produced by Ben H Allen III, whose other notable works include Animal Collective’s ‘Merriweather Post Pavillion’ and his work with Gnarls Barkley.

Alongside the release of their new album, Belle and Sebastian will promote the release with a full UK tour in May, on the following dates with tickets currently on sale.

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03 Cardiff, St David’s Hall
04 Bristol, Colston Hall
05 Portsmouth, Guidhall
07 Cambridge, Corn Exchange
08 Norwich, Open
10 Birmingham, Symphony Hall
11 London, Methodist Central Hall
14 Manchester, Albert Hall
16 Newcastle, City Hall
18 Buxton, Opera House
19 Leeds, Town Hall
22 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
24 Liverpool, Sound City Festival

Listen to ‘Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance’ over on NPR by clicking here.

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