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Hurts Line Up October Release For New Album 'Surrender'

Monday, 15 June 2015 Written by Laura Johnson

Hurts will release their new album, 'Surrender', in October.

The Manchester duo's third studio record is due October 9 through Columbia Records and was written while the band were on the road in Ibiza, New York, Montreux, Sweden, L.A and the Swiss Alps. Jonas Quant, Stuart Price and Ariel Rechtshaid are among the production credits.

Meanwhile, the album's first single, Some Kind of Heaven, will arrive on July 31. Check it out below.

Hurts will perform two intimate shows this week. They will call at The Scala in London and The Lido in Berlin, to play for competition winners.


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