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The Garden Announce New Album And UK Shows, Post Video For New Single No Destination

Thursday, 25 January 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Cara Robbins

The Garden will release a new album this spring.

'Mirror Might Steal Your Charm', the follow up to 2015's 'Haha' and last year's 'U Want The Scoop?' EP, will arrive on March 30 via Epitaph Records. Head below to watch the video for its first single, No Destination.

Speaking about how the album was self-produced and recorded in one short burst, Wyatt Shears said:

"I think it’s healthy as an artist to switch up your environment once in a while. The production is tight as a whistle, but also more raw.”

His twin brother Fletcher also commented:

"The process made for a more focused and personal sounding record, with a healthy dose of guitar throughout. Things are a little more refined. If we aren’t implementing past experience into new situations then we aren’t learning. Progress is very appealing to us.” 

The duo will support the record with a spring European tour, which will stop at Bristol, Leeds and London on March 19, 20 and 21 respectively. Tickets are on sale now.

The Garden Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon March 19 2018 - BRISTOL Thekla
Tue March 20 2018 - LEEDS Headrow House
Wed March 21 2018 - LONDON Electric Ballroom

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