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Asylums Announce New Album

Following the release of their brilliant debut album, Killer Brain Waves, Asylums return with the feel-good hit of the summer.  ‘When We Wake Up’ is built for throwing warm lager in the air at Reading Festival, for pogoing in your kitchen just because you can, for shoulder-barging your best mate on the dancefloor. But underneath the energy runs the intelligence of a band that are compelled to reflect the real stories around them.

Asylums have also announced the release of their highly anticipated album, Alien Human Emotions, which is set for July 6 release on much respected indie label (owned and run by Asylums) Cool Thing Records

Alien Human Emotions tackles themes of bitter sex and soured relationships which swirl over bleak analyses of a disintegrating social and political landscape. Frustrated rage writhes below the surface on every track and occasionally bursts through with a shocking intensity. But everywhere are hooks both musical and lyrical that demand repeat listens. The music seeping thru owes as much to the brooding darkness of The Cure as it does to the disjointed mind of Flaming Lips singer Wayne Coyne, both of which only add to the dark danceability of the album.

Track List:

1: Day Release To The Moon

2: When We Wake Up

3: Bottle Bank

4: Alien Human Emotions

5: Millennials

6: Napalm Bubblegum

7: Pause

8: Graveyard Tourism

9: Critical Mass

10: Homeowners Guilt

11: Sexual Automation

12: The Company You Keep




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