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Stars LP on its way
Their past albums include the likes of In Our Bedroom After The War, Set Yourself On Fire and The Five Ghosts & The Séance.
Now they've revealed a September shelf date for their latest offering to the world of song collections.
Meanwhile, the record has been given a direction-orientated name, in the shape of "The North".
The website starsthenorth.com shows an image of what appears to be an apartment complex, set against a pale blue sky. This currently minimalist online offering allows the song The Theory of Reality to be enjoyed by fans prior to the album's launch. It also includes links to several social media sites.
Stars are a Canadian group. Their past songs include I Died So I Could Have You and The Night Starts Here.
Published by AW. Posted on 22 Jun 2012 13:13 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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