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The Futureheads have confirmed their first 'electric' album in almost a decade

‘Powers’ is due in August.
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Published: 10:46 am, June 05, 2019
The Futureheads have confirmed their first 'electric' album in almost a decade

The Futureheads have confirmed their first ‘electric’ album in almost a decade.

‘Powers’ follows on from 2012’s a cappella full-length ‘Rant’, and will be released on 30th August.

Recorded and self-produced at Newcastle's First Avenue Studio, it’s a record that looks “at the balance of power in a personal, political and relational sense”.

“Obviously it’s an absolute privilege to come back and still have fans and that’s something to cherish,” Ross Millard says, “but I also think we’ve got a bit of a job to do about letting people know that there’s more to this band than you might have thought.”

The record’s track listing reads:

1. Jekyll
2. Good Night Out
3. Animus
4. Across The Border
5. Electric Shock
6. Stranger In A New Town
7. Listen, Little Man!
8. Headcase
9. Idle Hands
10. Don't Look Now
11. 0704
12. Mortals

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