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Slaves return with new song and album details

It was only last year that Slaves exploded on to the scene with their brilliant debut album ‘Are You Satisfied?’ Now the Kent duo are back with details on album number two…

The duo worked with Chase and Status earlier in the year lending their vocals and aggressive influence to ‘Control‘. Now Slaves have unveiled details on their follow up to 2015’s successful debut ‘Are You Satisfied?’

We can expect the band to release the new album, set to be called ‘Take Control’, on September 30th, which features new single ‘Spit It Out‘.

 [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnRfnj-pjPg]

In between recording, guitarist Laurie Vincent has been working on his art and had an open gallery in Edinburgh during the Fringe Festival for his exhibition, Disillusioned.

The band revealed they’ve received help with collaborations from the likes of Beastie Boys’ Mike D and Baxter Dury. The album is set to include popular track ‘Rich Man‘, that makes the cut on to the set list for the live shows.

Slaves are hitting the road to show off the new music in November, kicking off in Bexhill and ending with two mammoth shows at London’s Albert Hall. There’s no date for a gig in Liverpool but they are coming to Manchester’s O2 Academy.

Check out the full list for Slaves November tour below:

10/11 Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion
11/11 Truro Hall For Cornwall
13/11 Cardiff University
14/11 Cambridge Corn Exchange
15/11 Leeds O2 Academy
17/11 Newcastle O2 Academy
18/11 Glasgow Barrowland
19/11 Birmingham O2 Academy
21/11 Bristol O2 Academy
22/11 Leicester O2 Academy
23/11 Nottingham Rock City
25/11 Sheffield O2 Academy
26/11 Manchester Albert Hall
29-30/11 London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

Slaves new album, ‘Take Control’ is out on September 30th, new single ‘Spit It Out‘ is available to stream and download now.

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