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Cigarettes After Sex will return with their second album this October

The news arrives alongside lead single ‘Heavenly’.
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Published: 11:11 am, August 29, 2019 Photos: Ebru Yildiz.
Cigarettes After Sex will return with their second album this October

Cigarettes After Sex will return with their second album later this year.

Recorded during night time sessions in a mansion on the Spanish island of Mallorca, ‘Cry’ will be released on 25th October via Partisan Records.

The news arrives alongside lead single ‘Heavenly’, which you can check out below, and details of a new UK tour which will kick off on 23rd March and include a night at London’s Hammersmith Apollo.

Catch them live:

NOVEMBER
27 Manchester, UK – Albert Hall
28 London, UK - Shepherds Bush Empire

MARCH
23 Bristol, UK - Academy
24 London, UK - Hammersmith Apollo
25 Birmingham, UK - Institute
27 Leeds, UK - University
28 Glasgow - Barrowland
29 Liverpool, UK - Academy

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