Exclusive! Hear new Allah-Las track + album details revealed

The Allah-Las have announced details of their new album, Worship The Sun. We're delighted to premier one of the album's tracks, "501-415", which you can scroll down to hear. The album, the follow-up to their self-titled 2012 debut, is released on September 15, 2014 by Innovative Leisure.

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The Allah-Las have announced details of their new album, Worship The Sun.

We’re delighted to premier one of the album’s tracks, “501-415“, which you can scroll down to hear.

The album, the follow-up to their self-titled 2012 debut, is released on September 15, 2014 by Innovative Leisure.

The album was recorded in Los Angeles with Dan Horne, Nick Waterhouse and the band themselves on production duties. Speaking about the album, the band said: “”We approached Worship The Sun more as an album, with the songs all built out of the same material and feelings. More of the songs on this record were written individually and then arranged collectively.”

The tracklisting for Worship The Sun is:

De Vida Voz
Had It All
Artifact
Ferus Gallery
Recurring
Nothing To Hide
Buffalo Nickel
Follow You Down
501-415
Yemeni Jade
Worship The Sun
Better Than Mine
No Werewolf*
Every Girl*

* CD and digital bonus tracks, not included on the vinyl edition



Photo credit: Nolan Hall


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