The Cribs have delayed the release of their forthcoming album 'Night Network'.
The follow-up to 2017's '24-7 Rock Star Shit' was due to drop on 13th November, but thanks to our good friend COVID-19 it's dropping back a week to 20th November.
Writing in a statement posted to social media, they explain: "Due to the COVID outbreak affecting the record pressing plant that we are using for the Night Network LP, unfortunately the album will not be ready by its original release date of November 13th...however, we have hustled and hassled and have managed to keep the delay down to just one week - so Night Network will now be released on NOVEMBER 20TH."
We've already heard three tracks from the album - 'Never Thought I'd Feel Again', 'I Don't Know Who I Am' and 'Running In To You'. You can read more about the record in the new issue of Dork, out now.
Important info about Night Network. Love, The Cribs xxx pic.twitter.com/iEEEAvdzwW— The Cribs (@thecribs) October 27, 2020