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Menace Beach Announce 'Black Rainbow Sound' And Accompanying Tour

Wednesday, 13 June 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Menace Beach have announced the release of their third studio album, 'Black Rainbow Sound'.

The Leeds-based duo will release the follow up to 2017's 'Lemon Memory' on August 31 via Memphis Industries, followed by stops in Derby, Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, London, Bristol, Sheffield and Leeds between October 18 and November 2.

In the meantime, view the record's cover art, tracklist and stream the title track, which features Brix Smith, formerly of The Fall.

'Black Rainbow Sound'

1. Black Rainbow Sound (ft. Brix Smith) 
2. Satellite
3. Crawl in Love
4. Tongue
5. Mutator
6. 8000 Molecules
7. Hypnotiser Keeps the Ball Rolling
8. Holy Crow
9. Watermelon
10. (Like) Rainbow Juice (ft. Brix Smith)

Menace Beach Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu October 18 2018 - DERBY Hairy Dog
Sat October 20 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Hare and Hounds
Mon October 22 2018 - GLASGOW Broadcast
Tue October 23 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Cluny 2
Wed October 24 2018 - MANCHESTER Deaf Institute
Thu October 25 2018 - LONDON Oslo
Fri October 26 2018 - BRISTOL Rough Trade Records
Sat October 27 2018 - SHEFFIELD Picture House Social
Fri November 02 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club

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