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Courteeners have announced their new album, dropped a new single, and confirmed two huge shows

The album is due in 2020.
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Published: 11:31 am, September 03, 2019
Courteeners have announced their new album, dropped a new single, and confirmed two huge shows

Courteeners have announced their new album, ‘More. Again. Forever.’.

The news arrives alongside new single ‘Heavy Jacket’, plus two arena dates: one at London Olympia on 30th November, and another at Manchester Arena on 14th December. Tickets go on sale from 9am on Friday 6th September.

‘More. Again. Forever.’ is the band's sixth album, and it'll be released via Ignition Records on 17th January 2020.

The track listing reads:

1. Heart Attack
2. Heavy Jacket
3. More. Again. Forever.
4. Better Man
5. Hanging Off Your Cloud
6. Previous Parties
7. The Joy Of Missing Out
8. One Day At A Time
9. Take It On The Chin
10. Is Heaven Even Worth It?

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