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The Cribs mark a welcome return and are pleased to finally announce details of their new album For All My Sisters on March 23, 2015. The band’s sixth studio album, it follows 2013’s career spanning Payola collection and 2012’s Top 10 album In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull. Having reconvened over the last year in Wakefield and Portland, the band later decamped to New York and Magic Shop studio with legendary producer and The Cars frontman Ric Ocasek (Weezer) to begin recording. A new label, a new perspective, a new challenge – For All My Sisters marks the start of the next chapter, in a decade long existence that has seen the band continually evolve and thrill, ever advancing whilst stockpiling an enviable arsenal of songs. The first single, ‘Burning For No One’, released simultaneously on March 23, will be available on limited 7” and digitally through all discerning musical outlets. For All My Sisters will be available on double 12” vinyl, CD, deluxe CD/DVD – featuring live footage from the band’s two Christmas 2013 shows at Leeds’ old Town & Country Club – and digitally through Sonic Blew / Sony Red.

For All My Sisters

1. Finally Free
2. Different Angle
3. Burning For No One
4. Mr. Wrong
5. An Ivory hand
6. Simple Story
7. City Storms
8. Pacific Time
9. Summer Of Chances
10. Diamond Girl
11. Spring On Broadway
12. Pink Snow

Video & Press
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  • The Cribs say they had “nothing to lose” with their new album ‘Night Network’

    The Wakefield trio’s acclaimed new LP is out November 20 [NME] By Sam Moore The Cribs have reflected on the recording process of ‘Night Network’, with the band saying they felt they had “nothing to lose” with their new album due to the difficulties that were happening behind the scenes at the time. The Wakefield trio will […]

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  • The Cribs – ‘Night Network’ review: indie heroes return with their best album in a decade

    The Wakefield brothers have pulled through some tough times and, with a little help from Dave Grohl, emerged recharged and back on their strongest form [NME] By Sam Moore Don’t be alarmed when you hear The Cribs softly bidding you ‘Goodbye’ on the opening track of ‘Night Network’. The wry farewell that opens their new album, the […]

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