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Stereophonics to release new album Keep The Village Alive in September
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Stereophonics to release new album Keep The Village Alive in September

Welsh rockers Stereophonics have announced that they will release their new album Keep The Village Alive in September. 

The album is the band's ninth studio LP of their career and is the follow-up to 2013's Graffiti On The Train, which you can preview on the right-hand side of the page. The new LP hits shelves on September 11th. You can see the album's artwork below:

Keep The Village Alive is the band's first album with new drummer Jamie Morrison, who replaced one-time sticksman Javier Weyler back in 2012 after Weyler had completed work on Graffiti On The Train. It was recorded at studios in Brussels and London with the band's long-time producer Jim Lowe assisting singer Kelly Jones with production duties. 

The band have previewed their new album with the release of new track 'C'est La Vie', which you can hear below. 

Stereophonics are booked for a number of festivals this summer, including big slots at both T In The Park and V Festival. 

Graffiti On The Train
Graffiti On The Train Stereophonics

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