Brighton's Brakes are to release the follow-up to last year's Give Blood long-player next month.
The Beatific Visions has a release date of November 6, so fans: get that in your diaries. The band's Marc Beatty posted a comment about the album on Brakes' website:
"I like to think of this album as the soundtrack to a great battle between good and evil where the world almost cracks in half, sucking everyone into a life of eternal darkness and misery. There's so much fucked-up shit going on in this world that it's hard not to pass comment on it in our music. But as much as it's important to us to write about that kind of stuff, there's a lot of love and romance in there too."
So, it's a politics-inspired punk-rock record, then, albeit with a slightly tender underbelly? Keep breaking those boundaries, guys. Tracklisting as follows...
'Hold Me In The River'
'If I Should Die Tonight'
'Porcupine Or Pineapple'
'Cease And Desist'
'On Your Side'