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Billy Idol to release first studio album in almost a decade in October
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Billy Idol to release first studio album in almost a decade in October

Billy Idol has announced his first new album in almost a decade, which is to be titled Kings & Queens Of The Underground. 

The glam rock legend's new album will be released on October 20th via his own BFI Records.

It is the singer's first studio album since his 2005 record Devil's Playground, and only his second studio album since 1993's Cyberpunk. 

 

The album's first single 'Can't Break Me Down' was unveiled yesterday (August 26th) and can be heard by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking. 

Kings & Queens Of The Underground has been produced by Trevor Horn, with frequent Katy Perry and Lily Allen collaborator Greg Kurstin also contributing to two songs. 

The singer will support the album with a three-date UK tour. He will play O2 Academy Birmingham on November 5th, London's Hammersmith Apollo on November 9th and Manchester's O2 Apollo on November 10th. 

Idol will also release his autobiography Dancing With Myself in October. 

 

The tracklisting for Kings & Queens Of The Underground:

'Bitter Pill'
'Can't Break Me Down'
'Save Me Now'
'One Breath Away'
'Postcards From The Past'
'Kings & Queens Of The Underground'
'Eyes Wide Shut'
'Ghosts In My Guitar'
'Nothing To Fear'
'Love And Glory'
'Whiskey And Pills'

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