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The Distillers are recording a new album this April

Brody Dalle has revealed the band's plans.
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Published: 2:50 pm, January 03, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
The Distillers are recording a new album this April

Brody Dalle has confirmed that The Distillers will soon record a new album.

Posting on Instagram to welcome in the new year - and celebrate her 40th birthday - she revealed: "HELLO making a Distillers record in April , oh yes das right..."

The reformed punks split in 2006, and recently dropped their first new music in a decade and a half: ‘Man vs. Magnet’ and (former Brody solo single) ‘Blood in Gutters’.

They’ll play Reading & Leeds next summer, too.

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Hello 40 , hello vintage 80’s dress from Paris that I found in the desert 5 years ago for NYE and never wore , hello luck , hello love , hello success hello divine protection , hello health , hello wishes , hello cake for breakfast , hello 2019 , hello you , happy new year ! @cyrilann HELLO making a Distillers record in April , oh yes das right 🥳🥳🥳🥳🥳❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤💝🔐🍾🍩🍑🍒🍌💫💥🌈⚡️✨🌞🌻🌹🐉🌵🐎🦋🦄🐝🦇🦉🦅🦹🏻‍♀️ 👈🏻what is this new emoji 😂 got my amazing belt from my girl Angie @huntandgathersw ❤️

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