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Underworld have announced details of their new album.

Barbara Barbara, we face a shining future will be released on March 18, 2016.

The tracklisting for the band’s album – their seventh – is:

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I Exhale
If Rah
Low Burn
Santiago Cuatro
Motorhome
Ova Nova
Nylon Strung

The band have also announced details of a short short run of shows to support the album. They play:

Thu 17: Columbia Halle, Berlin, Germany
Fri 18: Maimarktclub, Mannheim, Germany
Thu 24: Roundhouse, London
Fri 25: Roundhouse, London
Mon 28: Oosterpoort, Groningen, Netherlands
Wed 30: Cirque Royal, Brussels, Belgium
Thu 31: Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Tickets will be on sale from 9am GMT on Friday November 27, 2015 from underworldlive.com.

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