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Teenage Fanclub Return With New Album 'Shadows', Tour & Tickets

Tuesday, 23 March 2010 Written by Stereoboard.com
Teenage Fanclub Return With New Album 'Shadows', Tour & Tickets

The most cherished band of their generation, Teenage Fanclub return in May 2010 with a brand new album Shadows, a headline slot at Camden Crawl and a nationwide UK tour.

It has been 5 long years since their last album, 'Man-Made', was released to universal acclaim, so it is no overstatement to say the new album is keenly anticipated.

While most bands are lucky to have one great songwriter, Teenage Fanclub are blessed with three, hence 'Shadows' is overflowing with the kind of gorgeous, harmony driven classics you'd expect to find on a greatest hits album

The band will release the new album 'Shadows' on May 31st, preceeded a week earlier by the single 'Baby Lee'.

Teenage Fanclub's appearance at this year's Camden Crawl Festival will be their first London headline since a packed-to-the-rafters Koko show in January 2008.

Tracklisting for 'Shadows' is as follows:

1. Sometimes I Don't Need To Believe In Anything
2. Baby Lee
3. The Fall
4. Into The City
5. Dark Clouds
6. The Past
7. Shock And Awe
8. When I Still Have Thee
9. Live With The Seasons
10. Sweet Days Waiting
11. The Back Of My Mind
12. Today Never Ends

Teenage Fanclub are on tour, you can catch them at the following venues in May and June.

May 2010
1st - London Koko - Camden Crawl Headline
27th - Manchester Academy 2
28th - Sheffield Leadmill
30th - Dublin The Academy

June 2010
1st - Aberdeen
2nd - Glasgow ABC
3rd - Edinburgh The Picture House
4th - Leeds The Cockpit
6th - Bristol Academy
7th - Birmingham Academy 2

Tickets for Teenage Fanclub are onsale now - click here to buy tickets.



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