New Books Album Coming

2010-04-05 by Alex C. Soothsayer | 3 Comments
The Books have signed with Temporary Residence Limited and have announced they are now working on a new album set to be released this summer.

The new album will be the band's first in 5 years, following 2005's Lost and Safe.

The record label has commented, saying:

Not sure what else to say here. The Books are unquestionably one of the most innovative and forward-thinking groups in the world, and now we get to work with them. It's a dream come true and having them in our home already feels like a match made in Heaven. It's been five long years since their last album, and the wait is over this summer! More details to come...

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WeepingBanana
April 6th 2010
10464 Comments


oh word! the books are cool

Ghostechoes
April 6th 2010
1354 Comments


I love this band.

tombits
April 6th 2010
3481 Comments


is this the band will the cello?



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