Babyshambles Finalise Autumn Releaseby Contributor | | 16 August 2007
Babyshambles have finalised the details for their single and album releases, due on September 17th and October 1st respectively.
Delivery, the first track to be lifted from the album Shotter's Nation will kick off the new releases.
It will be distributed in three formats with the first CD including the B-side Stone Me and a demo version of I Wish by guitarist Mick Whitnall.
A second CD will come with new track A Day Out In Brighton, while the vinyl release will feature the song Torn.
The full album, Shotter's Nation, has a provisional track listing that includes well known songs such as French Dog Blues, Baddies Boogie and There She Goes.
A song which dates back to singer Pete Doherty's time in The Libertines - Unbilotitled - is also included on the record.
Blur and The Smiths producer Stephen Street has worked on the album, which was recorded at Olympic Studios in Barnes.
Babyshambles will tour the UK with support from the View and Dizzee Rascal in November and December, beginning with a date at Manchester MEN on November 22nd.
The tour will then call at Newcastle's Metro Arena on November 23rd, the Brighton Centre on the 25th, Bournemouth BIC on the 26th, Wembley Arena on the 27th, Birmingham NIA on the 28th, Nottingham Arena on the 30th and Glasgow SECC on December 1st.