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Adwaith Announce Debut Album 'Melyn', Share James Dean Bradfield Remix Of Gartref

Monday, 10 September 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: The Shoot

Adwaith have announced their debut album.

The Welsh trio will put out 'Melyn', which translates to Yellow, on October 12 through Libertino Records. The title was chosen as they felt it conveyed the 'youthful joy' that came from making music, while countering the record's dark lyrical themes.

Head below to check out a remix of their single Gartref by Manic Street Preachers frontman James Dean Bradfield, along with the album's artwork and tracklist.

'Melyn' tracklist:

1. Intro
2. Lipstick Coch
3. O Dan y Haenau
4. Yn Fy Mhen
5. Colli Golwg
6. Newid
7. Y Rhai Gorau
8. Diafol a Fi
9. Pwysau
10, Y Diweddaraf
11. Osian
12. Fel i Fod
13. Cariad Cytser
14. Gartref
15. Tair

The band will play a free show at the Social in London tomorrow and support Gently Tender at the Lexington in London on September 26. Following this they will join Gwenno on her UK tour throughout October.

Adwaith Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tues September 11 2018 LONDON Social

Click here to compare & buy Adwaith Tickets at Stereoboard.com.





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