Madness Ready First New Album In Years

The 'nutty boys' are still Camden through and through - hear new track now

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[b]Madness[/b] are to release their first new studio album since 1999 next year.

‘[b]Lucky 7[/b]’ the follow-up to ‘Wonderful’ is due for release in 2008, with a new single ‘[b]NW5 (I Would Give You Everything)[/b]’ named after the London postcode for Camden set for release on January 14.

The track, the first taster of the new material, has just been added to the player on Madness’ MySpace page.

The track has already been released alongside a new version of ‘It Must Be Love’ in Germany where both appear in the new film ‘[b]Neues Vom Vixxer[/b]’.

The band are touring the UK this December, hopefully previewing some of their new tracks, playing the following venues:

[b]Aberdeen Press And Journal Arena (December 6)
Belfast Odyssey (7)
Liverpool Aintree Pavilion (8)
Cardiff International Arena (10)
Plymouth Pavilions (11)
Birmingham NEC (12)
London O2 Arena (14)[/b]

More details available from Madness’ official website here:www.madness.co.uk

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