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A Place To Bury Strangers Announce New Album 'Pinned' And Accompanying Tour

Wednesday, 31 January 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

A Place To Bury Strangers have announced the release of their fifth studio album, 'Pinned'.

The follow up to 2015's 'Transfixiation' is set to arrive on April 13 through Dead Oceans, followed by North American and European tour dates through the remainder of spring, including a London show at the Garage on May 10.

The record marks the band’s first full length with drummer Lia Simone Braswell, who was enlisted after being spotted by bassist Dion Lunadon in Brooklyn. Check out the cover art, tracklist and watch the video for the lead single, Never Coming Back, below.

'Pinned'

1. Never Coming Back
2. Execution
3. There’s Only One of Us
4. Situations Changes
5. Too Tough to Kill
6. Frustrated Operator
7. Look Me in the Eye
8. Was It Electric
9. I Know I’ve Done Bad Things
10. Act Your Age
11. Attitude
12. Keep Moving On

Tickets for the new London date go on sale at 10am on February 2, priced £11.00 plus booking fees.

A Place To Bury Strangers Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu May 10 2018 - LONDON Garage

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