Arkells stream new album

2014-07-31 by Devin Bruun | 4 Comments
Canadian rock group Arkells are streaming their new album via TSN.

High Noon is the band's third record, and is to be released August 5th through Universal Records Canada.

You can check it out here:
http://www.tsn.ca/bardown/Story.aspxStream%2BNew%2BArkells%2BAlbum%252c%2B%2 522High%2BNoon%2522&id=458401

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henryChinaski
August 1st 2014
3861 Comments


Cool! Will check this out asap.

TheBjornIdentity
August 1st 2014
82 Comments


Fuck yeah. I still throw on Michigan Left from time to time. Excited to hear this


Shiranui
August 1st 2014
536 Comments


Never really checked them out, but damn a really sweet record so far.

Btw..link doesn't work for me, if you have spotify, try this: http://www.visions.de/news/21154/Arkells-streamen-neues-Album-High-Noon

Clumseee
August 1st 2014
615 Comments


Honestly I think they're unrealized potential.

But, I think Crawling Through The Window is a great track.



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