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The single, 'Tumble And Fall', is released on January 17. It's the first track to be lifted from new LP 'Pushing The Senses'. The follow-up to 2002's 'Comfort In Sound' is out on January 31.

The ten-track album was recorded throughout 2004 with long-standing collaborator Gil Norton, who co-produced the album with frontman Grant Nicholas.

The band head off on a UK and Irish tour in the spring, calling at:

* Belfast Ulster Hall (March 22)

* Dublin Olympia (23)

* Manchester Apollo (25/26)

* Glasgow Academy (28/29)

* Birmingham Academy (31)

* London Carling Brixton Academy (April 1)

Tickets go on sale from 9am on November 15 from the band's website feederweb.com.

New songs confirmed for the album are 'Feeling A Moment', 'Bitter Glass', 'Talk Talk, 'Tender', 'Pushing The Senses', 'Frequency', 'Tumble And Fall' and 'Dove Grey Sands'.

I think I'll be heading to Glasgow should I find someone to come.... :)

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I've heard a few of the new tracks, I wish they'd do some more 'rawk' stuff like the swim and polythene albums.

Still decent enough songs though.

Will probably go see them in Glasgow.

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To be fair, they aint going to sound like they did on polythene or swim.

Some cracking tracks on the new album.

Can't please everyone I suppose.

The new single is probably one of the worst songs on the cd.

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