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Forth Wanderers Announce Self-Titled Sophomore LP

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Julia Leiby

Forth Wanderers have announced their sophomore album.

The self-titled LP, which will be the New Jersey band's Sub Pop debut, is due to arrive on April 27 and follow up 2014's 'Tough Love'.

Speaking about the band's development on the new record, guitarist and songwriter Ben Guterl said:

“We have embraced our roles in the collaboration process. Everyone’s gotten better at their instruments and we trust each other more because we know how the machine works.”

Head below to check out new track Not For Me, and the album's artwork and tracklist.

'Forth Wanderers' tracklist:

  1. Nevermine
  2. Company
  3. Ages Ago
  4. Taste
  5. Not for Me
  6. Be My Baby
  7. New Face
  8. Saunter
  9. Tired Games
  10. Temporary




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