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Belle and Sebastian are going to release their Days of the Bagnold Summer soundtrack in September

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Published: 7:42 pm, July 01, 2019
Belle and Sebastian are going to release their Days of the Bagnold Summer soundtrack in September

Belle and Sebastian are going to release their Days of the Bagnold Summer soundtrack later this year.

Due for release on 13th September, the album features eleven brand new Belle and Sebastian songs, as well as re-recorded versions of classics 'Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying', originally appearing on 1996's If You’re Feeling Sinister, and ‘I Know Where The Summer Goes’, from 1998's This Is Just a Modern Rock Song EP.

Days Of The Bagnold Summer, set for release in 2020, stars Monica Dolan (Eye in the Sky, The Falling, Pride), Earl Cave (The End of the F***ing World), Rob Brydon (The Trip, A Cock and Bull Story), Alice Lowe (Prevenge, Adult Life Skills, Sightseers), Tamsin Greig (Second Best Marigold Hotel, Tamara Drewe) and Elliot Speller-Gillot (Uncle).

The track listing reads:

1. Sister Buddha (Intro)
2. I Know Where The Summer Goes
3. Did The Day Go Just Like You Wanted?
4. Jill Pole
5. I'll Keep It Inside
6. Safety Valve
7. The Colour's Gonna Run
8. Another Day, Another Night
9. Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying
10. Wait And See What The Day Holds
11. Sister Buddha
12. This Letter
13. We Were Never Glorious

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