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The Subways close to completing work on new album
Electric guitar band The Subways have enlisted the help of producer Stephen Street for the recording of their new album.
Street has previously worked with the likes of The Smiths and Blur and is overseeing the third LP to be produced by The Subways, which will be a follow-up to 2008 album All or Nothing, reports NME.
Fans of the band will not have to wait long to hear the results of their time in the studio with Street, as it is expected that the album will be ready for release in the spring of next year.
Earlier this month, the group posted on their Facebook page to inform their fans that they were working on their sixth song for the new album.
As part of the recording of their latest record, The Subways have become involved with a scheme called PledgeMusic, which encourages fans to donate to charity in return for getting hold of memorabilia from the band.
The group said they are making plenty of items available to people who want to get involved, including signed electric guitars, specially-designed guitar pedals and a photo book documenting the band's existence to date.
Posted on 22 Dec 2010 10:44 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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