Crystal Castles new album Amnesty release date, without having Alice Glass

Amnesty (I) is set for release next month

Crystal Castles new album Amnesty release date, without Alice Glass Photo: Press

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Crystal Castles have announced particulars of their very first new album without having singer Alice Glass.

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Glass left the band in 2014, and her departure was not an totally amicable one particular. When former bandmate Ethan Kath recommended that she “didn’t appear on Crystal Castles’ greatest recognized songs” and that “people frequently gave her credit for my lyrics,” Glass hit back, “For the record, I wrote nearly all of the lyrics in my former band and the vast majority of the vocal melodies,” calling Kath’s comments “manipulative.”

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Now even though, Crystal Castles are attempting to place all that behind them, with Amnesty (I) set for release next month (19 August). It’ll consist of previously released tracks ‘Char’, ‘Concrete’ and ‘Femen’, recorded with new vocalist Edith Frances.

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See the track listing for Amnesty (I), which is set for release on 19 August, below.

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‘Femen’
&#13 ‘Fleece’
&#13 ‘Char’
&#13 ‘Enth’
&#13 ‘Sadist’
&#13 ‘Teach Her How to Hunt’
&#13 ‘Chloroform’
&#13 ‘Frail’
&#13 ‘Concrete’
&#13 ‘Ornament’
&#13 ‘Kept’
&#13 ‘Their Kindness Is Charade’

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Viola Beach album for release after band killed in auto crash – inquest

The posthumous record follows their tragic death

Viola Beach album for release after band killed in car crash - inquest Photo: Press

Following their tragic death in a automobile crash earlier this year, a debut album from Viola Beach is set for release next month. 

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The ‘Swings And Waterslides’ rising indie stars were killed with their manager when the automobile they were travelling in plunged from a bridge into the river under whilst driving by way of Sweden. 

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Now, their surviving family members have detailed that a nine-track album will be released in their honour on 29 July through the band’s own label, Fuller Bean Records. 

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“We are tremendously proud of everything the boys accomplished in such a quick space of time. Craig, Jack, Kris, River and Tom shared a enormous passion, talent and dedication to music,” says the band’s households in a statement. 

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“We think the best way to celebrate our sons’ lives is to release an album of their songs.

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“This is their legacy and we know deep in our hearts that the boys would want the world to listen to the music they poured almost everything into. This was only the beginning for them and these nine songs were written with every single intention to be shared, heard and, most of all, enjoyed.”

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They added: “We hope that it brings you as much happiness listening to it as we know it did to them making it.”

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More: Why Viola Beach had what it takes to go all the way

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The tracklist for the Viola Beach album is:
1. Swings And Waterslides
&#13 2. Like A Fool
&#13 three. Go Outside
&#13 4. Cherry Vimto
&#13 five. Drunk
&#13 6. Really Wanna Call
&#13 7. Get in touch with You Up
&#13 8. Get To Dancing (BBC Session)
&#13 9. Boys That Sing

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Earlier this year, The Coral, Blossoms, The Courteeners and a lot more came together to honour Viola Beach with a unique tribute show. 

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Beneath: RIP – The fantastic musicians we’ve already lost in 2016

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