Listen to the new Shack album

The new album ‘The Corner Of Miles And Gil’ can be heard here in full

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Having had a lengthy, eleven year-long hiatus since the timeless ‘Waterpistol’, Shack return this month with a new album, ‘The Corner Of Miles And Gil’.

Released on May 15, the album is described in this month’s Uncut magazine as an album to match (‘Waterpistol’’s) eerie grace…a treasure trove for fans of Love and The La’s.

Listen to it here in full before it hits the shops via the links below.

Tie Me Down
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Butterfly
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Cup Of Tea
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Shelley Brown
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Black And White
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New Day
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Miles Away
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Finn Sophie Bobby And Lance
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Moonshine
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Funny Things
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Find A Place
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Closer
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