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Goldfrapp Unveil Tracks to New Album 'Seventh Tree'

November 12, 2007 (4:20 am) GMT
Goldfrapp have prepared 10 tracks that were claimed a rather huge departure from their latest Grammy-nominated effort, 'Supernature'.

Two years after releasing the Grammy-nominated '', will follow it up with ''. The electronic duo announced on their MySpace page that the fourth effort will arrive February 25, 2008 in U.K.

The posting also explained the album as "a sensual counterpoint to the glitterball glamour of Supernature" and "butterfly colours of an English surrealism shared from Lear to Lennon. It shimmers and shines with the warmth of a hazy summer, an electric whirlpool over which Alison's glistening voice soars."

'Seventh Tree' was recorded in the group's studio in England. It will contain 10 tracks including the first single 'A&E' which will be released 3 days before the album. The band will also unveil the cover art for the album soon.

"We can't wait for you to hear what we've been doing," members Alison and Will said. "It comes from the heart and was made with love, so we hope you will be into it too".

Tracklisting of 'Seventh Tree':

  1. 'Clowns'
  2. 'Little Bird'
  3. 'Happiness'
  4. 'Road to Somewhere'
  5. 'Eat Yourself'
  6. 'Some People'
  7. 'A&E'
  8. 'Cologne Cerrone Houdini'
  9. 'Caravan Girl'
  10. 'Monster Love'

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