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Alphabeat Announce Fourth Album 'I Don't Know What's Cool Anymore', Share Title Track

Friday, 30 August 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Alphabeat have announced their fourth studio album.

‘I Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’ will arrive through Atlantic Records on November 1 and follow up 2012’s ‘Express Non-Stop’.

The pop group, who arrived in 2006 with their bursting-at-the-seams debut track Fascination, returned after a six-year hiatus with their comeback single Shadows in February. The second cut from the LP is its title track, a sugary power-pop bop full of catchy hooks that draws inspiration from the Jonas Brothers’ latest work.

Alphabeat commented:

“We have never felt stronger as a band – and as friends. There is so much renewed energy, lust, wildness, friendship, words and melodies we need to get out and when listening to our forthcoming album I think one can clearly sense what fellowship we have together.”





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