Australian-based Clubfeet have announced the title of their new album: Heirs & Graces. The album comes a near enough two full years after 2010’s enjoyable Gold On Gold, and will be released early next year (January 22nd) on Plant Music / Illusive. No word yet on the tracklisting, nor the album art, but the band have released a cut from it called “Heartbreak” which certainly sounds promising. If you’re not familiar with the band then it might win you to their side, and if your attention has waned after tracks like “Teenage Suicide” and “Last Words,” then this should hook you in again. Listen to “Heartbreak” below, which features vocals from Chela.
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