Elbow unveil new album, Giants Of All Sizes

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Elbow have announced that their new album, Giants Of All Sizes, will be released by Polydor on October 11.

Giants Of All Sizes was recorded at Hamburg’s Clouds Hill Studio, The Dairy in Brixton, Studio 604 in Vancouver and Blueprint Studios in Salford with additional recording taking place at various band members’ home studios across Manchester.

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As with their previous four studio albums, Giants Of All Sizes was produced and mixed by keyboard player Craig Potter. Guests across the album include Jesca Hoop, The Plumedores and South London newcomer Chilli Chilton. Lead singer and lyricist Guy Garvey describes the album as “an angry, old blue lament which finds its salvation in family, friends, the band and new life.”

Hear the lead single “Dexter & Sinister”, which was released last week as limited edition one-sided 10″:

Check out the full tracklisting for Giants Of All Sizes below:

Dexter & Sinister
Seven Veils
Empires
The Delayed 3:15
White Noise White Heat
Doldrums
My Trouble
On Deronda Road
Weightless

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