Wednesday 20 February 2013, 11:46 | By

The Pastels draw new LP details

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The Pastels

Glasgow sextet The Pastels have just assigned a buy-date of 27 May to what’ll be the first LP they’ve released in sixteen years. Apparently, or so says the band’s label Domino, it’s “a culmination of all the music they’ve been engaged in” since 1997’s ‘Illuminations’ (aka the OST to 2003 film ‘The Last Great Wilderness’, a duet with Japan’s Tenniscoasts, and several theatre scores). So that’s nice.

Secret Music
Night Time Made Us
Check My Heart
Summer Rain
After Image
Kicking Leaves
Wrong Light
Slow Summits
Come to the Dance

This is the trailer they made to advertise it:

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