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Citizen Announce New Album 'As You Please', Unveil First Single Jet

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Citizen will release a new album this autumn.

'As You Please' is set to arrive on October 6 through Run For Cover, who also put out the Ohio post-hardcore five-piece's previous LP, 'Everybody Is Going To Heaven'.

Check out Jet, the record's first single, along with its artwork, below.

Citizen will hit the road with AFI and Circa Survive across the US this summer.





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