Mogwai announce new album; share new song, “Coolverine”

The group return with their ninth album in September

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Mogwai will release a new album, Every Country’s Sun, on September 1 through their own Rock Action label.

The group recorded the record – their ninth proper studio LP – with producer Dave Fridmann at his Tarbox Road Studios in Cassadaga, New York; Mogwai previously worked with Fridmann on their 1999 album Come On Die Young and 2001’s Rock Action.

The follow-up to 2014’s Rave Tapes, Every Country’s Sun is also their first bona fide studio album without guitarist John Cummings.

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The opening track, “Coolverine”, has been made available to buy or stream – you can listen to it below.

The tracklisting of Every Country’s Sun is:

Coolverine
Party In The Dark
Brain Sweeties
Crossing The Road Materia
aka 47
20 Size
1000 Foot Face
Don’t Believe The Fife
Battered At A Scramble
Old Poisons
Every Country’s Sun

 

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