The Charlatans Free New Album Is Online Now

Cross My Path is the first album to be given away through a radio station

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The Charlatans‘ tenth studio album ‘You Cross My Path’ is available to download for free from today (March 3).

The first deal, in conjunction with radio station Xfm is the first of it’s kind, and sees the album available free digitally, ahead of it’s physical CD release on May 19.

The entire album is available as a free download from Xfm.co.uk from now either whole, or as individual tracks.

The band are also set to go out o0n a UK tour later this Spring in support of the new album.

They are set to play:

Leicester Leicester University (May 10)
Liverpool Carling Academy (11)
Oxford Carling Academy (12)
Bristol Carling Academy (13)
London Forum (15)
Southampton Guildhall (16)
Lincoln Engine Shed (17)
Aberdeen Music Hall (19)
Glasgow Carling Academy (20)
Newcastle Carling Academy (22)
Sheffield Carling Academy (23)
Manchester Academy (24)

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