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The Charlatans Share New Song Featuring Johnny Marr and Anton Newcombe - “Plastic Machinery”

Different Days Due Out May 26 via BMG

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Britpop and Madchester survivors The Charlatans are releasing a new album, Different Days, on May 26 via BMG. Now the band has shared the album's first single, "Plastic Machinery." It features the legendary guitarist of The Smiths, Johnny Marr, along with Brian Jonestown Massacre frontman Anton Newcombe. Listen below, followed by the album's tracklist and cover art and the band's tour dates.

Different Days is The Charlatans' thirteenth album. It was co-produced by Jim Spencer at the band's studio in Cheshire, England. As well as Matt and Newcombe, the album also features Paul Weller, crime writer Ian Rankin, and writer/actress Sharon Horgan. Marr simply had this to say about the collaboration in a press release: "It was an honor to be asked, I love the boys."

Read our recent 2016 Artist Survey interview with Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess.

Different Days Tracklist:

01. Hey Sunrise
02. Solutions
03. Different Days
04. Future Tense
05. Plastic Machinery
06. The Forgotten One
07. Not Forgotten
08. There Will Be Chances
09. Over Again
10. The Same House
11. Let's Go Together
12. The Setting Sun
13. Spinning Out

The Charlatans Tour Dates:

05/12 - Sound Isidro, Madrid 
05/13 - Mallorca Live Festival
05/27 - Lancashire Cricket Ground w/ The Courteeners
06/16 - Open Air Theatre, Scarborough
07/21 - Pennfest, Buckinghamshire
08/12 - Lakefest, Ledbury
08/25 - Victorious Festival, Portsmouth

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