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New Album: Press

snowpatrolHere are some entertainment news websites that report on the upcoming Snow Patrol release.

[…] Show Patrol have been busy with solo and side projects over the last few years. Johnny McDaid, who is engaged to former Friends star CourteneyCox, has been collaborating with Ed Sheeran, Harry Styles, Kodaline, and Liam Gallagher. […] Read more on RTE.ie.

[…] The band haven’t released an LP since 2011’s ‘Fallen Empires’ but they gave an update through Instagram over the weekend (March 26) confirming that album seven is likely to drop later this year and they are working with producer Jackknife Lee. […] Read more on NME.com.

[…] Snow Patrol set to release new album this summer, reveals frontman Gary Lightbody. The Co Down man revealed the band is getting back into the studio in May. And Lightbody said in a post online that the new album could be released as early as June. […] Read more on BelfastTelegraph.co.uk.

[…] It’s been a long time coming, but Snow Patrol look set to release their first album in six years. Gary Lightbody shared a progress update on Instagram, confirming that their seventh album is definitely happening and that – if things go their way – it will be out before the end of this year. […] Read more on DigitalSpy.com.

[…] The Scottish/Northern Irish rockers confirmed that their seventh studio album will drop before the end of the year, six years after their last new material. Frontman Gary Lightbody revealed the news in a lengthy post on the band’s official Instagram account, saying that they’re currently putting the finishing touches to the record. Read more on Standart.co.uk.

[…] If it feels like ages since we’ve heard from Snow Patrol, it has been. The last time the UK band gave us an album was way back in 2011 with Fallen Empires, but it looks as if that’s about to change. Over the weekend, the band took to their Instagram to tease their upcoming seventh album, which is being produced by Jacknife Lee and expected out this year. […] Read more on Exclaim.ca.

[…] Although the Northern Irish band have been busying themselves with other projects – particularly Johnny McDaid, who has been writing and working with everyone from Ed Sheeran to Liam Gallagher – they haven’t put out an album since 2011’s ‘Fallen Empires’. However, that’s likely to change this year as Gary Lightbody and co. are currently working on their seventh album which they plan to release in 2017.[…] Read more on Entertainment.ie.

[…] Gary Lightbody has taken to social media to reveal the exciting news that Snow Patrol are back in the studio recording their first album since 2011. The work-in-progress, which will be released later this year, is being produced by the legendary Jackknife Lee and is being referred to as ‘#SP7’, as it’s their seventh studio album. […] Read more on Hotpress.com.

[…] Snow Patrol are set to break a six-year hiatus with the release of a new album. Singer Gary Lightbody has said that the band is set to return to the studio in May with producer Jacknife Lee to begin work on their seventh studio. This will be their first album release since 2011’s Fallen Empires. […] Read more on Gigwise.com.

[…] The Chasing Cars group’s frontman Gary Lightbody gave an update on their much-awaited follow-up to 2011’s Fallen Empires on Instagram on Saturday (25 March), and said he and his bandmates – Jonny Quinn, Nathan Connolly, Paul Wilson and Jonny McDaid – are working with their long-time producer Jacknife Lee and are hoping to drop the record later this year after several “false starts”. […] Read more on RadioX.co.uk.

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1 Response »

  1. WOW Fantastic! Finally LOL Thank You Gary!________________________________________

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