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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are celebrating the fifth anniversary of debut album ‘Blossom’ with new track 'Fire' and much, much more

There's an expanded version featuring unearthed tracks + a full live album from their debut tour as well as a special live-streamed show at The Underworld in July
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Published: 5:51 pm, June 18, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are celebrating the fifth anniversary of debut album ‘Blossom’ with new track 'Fire' and much, much more

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have announced plans to celebrate the fifth anniversary of their debut album ‘Blossom’ - kicking things off with the release of previously unheard track ‘Fire’

The track was recorded back in 2015, finally seeing the light of day with an accompany video chronicling some of those early shows and the band giving it some whelly in a basement

‘Fire’ is the first unheard track to be revealed from an upcoming deluxe version of ‘Blossom’ being released on September 19th (almost five years to the day since The Rattlesnakes’ debut album made its way onto the planet). Alongside those tracks will be a full live album recorded during 2015, perfectly capturing those early moments from a band who’ve kicked onto huge festival stages and headline shows across the globe (including recently at London’s big ‘ol Alexandra Palace)

Continuing the celebrations, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have announced a special live-streamed gig to take place on July 18th - with a full-band performance of ‘Blossom’ in full from The Underworld in London. Pre-sale tickets are on sale from next Wednesday (June 24th) at 9am, which will also include an intimate Q&A session with the band before the show

To gain access for pre-sale tickets, pre-order a copy of the new deluxe edition here

Till then, light up ‘Fire’ below

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