Belly share “Shiny One”; reveal first new album for 23 years

It's due May 4

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Belly have released details of their new album – their first for 23 years.

Dove is due on May 4.

You can hear “Shiny One“, from the album, below.

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Dove is now available for pre-order – and includes an instant download of “Shiny One”.

The tracklisting for Dove is:

Mine
Shiny One
Human Child
Faceless
Suffer The Fools
Girl
Army Of Clay
Stars Align
Quicksand
Artifact
Heartstrings

The band have the following UK shows lined up:

July 10: Bristol, UK – SWX
July 11: Cardiff, UK – Glee Club
July 12: Manchester, UK – The Ritz
July 13: Leeds, UK – Beckett
July 14: Whitley Bay, UK – Playhouse
July 16: Glasgow, UK – O2ABC
July 17: Sheffield, UK – Leadmill
July 18: Nottingham, UK – Rescue Rooms
July 19: Brighton, UK – Concorde 2
July 20: London, UK – Shepherd’s Bush Empire

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