English indie group the Cribs unveil that their upcoming new album will be released in the next two months.
The three-piece consists of twins Gary (bassist-vocals) and Ryan (guitarist-vocals) Jarman and younger brother Ross Jarman (drums).
They’ll be releasing their sixth studio LP, For All My Sisters, on March 23rd. It’s the band’s first release since 2012’s record In the Belly of the Brazen Bull.
The Cribs have shared the new track ‘Ivory Hand’ to celebrate the news and will release a new DVD that was filmed at the Leeds Academy in 2013. The DVD features 28 live songs that were captured over two nights.
The band wrote:
“Wow – seems like so long since we last spoke. Did you miss us? Cos we missed you….and we’ve got a LOT of things to tell you about, so hope you’re sitting comfortably. First things first – OUR NEW ALBUM ‘FOR ALL MY SISTERS’ WILL BE RELEASED ON THE 23rd OF MARCH THROUGH SONY RED.”
“I can’t believe it’s been nearly 3 years since “Brazen Bull”, but we have been working really hard behind the scenes, and we honestly think this is our best record so far. Easily. I know we always say that, but we’re all really excited about this one. We made it in NYC with Ric Ocasek (Weezer, Guided by Voices) producing. He’s someone that we have always wanted to work with, and man he really got the best out of us. But don’t just take our word for it, you can hear the first cut from the album,”An Ivory Hand” right now! A big fuzzy pop song that you can stream here.”
Listen to in the ‘Ivory Hands’ below.
For All My Sisters track listing:
‘Burning For No One’
‘An Ivory hand’
‘Summer Of Chances
‘Spring On Broadway’