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We are streaming The Computers new album 'Love Triangles, Hate Squares' on the website all week.
The 11 track record is the follow up to their debut ‘This Is The Computers’ and will be released on April 29 through One Little Indian. Click on the player below to stream!
The band embark on an 18 date headline tour next month, check out the dates below:
07 - HIGH WYCOMBE Bucks University
08 - LONDON The 100 Club
09 - SHEFFIELD The Harley
10 - CARLISLE The Brickyard
11 - MANCHESTER The Deaf Institute
14 - TRURO B-Side @ Bunters
15 - WEYMOUTH Finns
16 - SOUTHAMPTON The Soul Cellar
21 - NORWICH The Waterfront Studio
22 - LEICESTER The Soundhouse
23 - BIRMINGHAM The Rainbow
24 - CHESTER The Compass
27 - CAMBRIDGE The Portland Arms
28 - BRISTOL The Croft
29 - NOTTINGHAM Red Room
30 - GLASGOW Broadcast
31 - LIVERPOOL Mello Mello
01 - HANTS West End Centre
Supports on the tour will be Crowns and The Dead Formats. For more head to facebook.com/thecomputers.
Still want more? How about an album track by track from singer Screaming Al Kershaw, yeah? Done...
01. Bring Me The Head Of A Hipster
"Kill the cool kids I hear you say. This track is a rockabilly jam of sorts, I was thinking The Cramps but I'll let you decide."
02. Love Triangles, Hate Squares
"The title track of the record deals with the idea of your goals having never been fulfilled, your dreams never coming to light and you live being stuck on repeat."
03. Mr. Saturday Night
"As with a lot of the songs on the album, this track deals in a roundabout way with the breakdown of relationships. I ain't Mr. Saturday Night!"
04. Nothing To Say
"For anyone who likes Terence Trent D'arby."
"My favourite track on the record. And yes, I get it, this sounds nothing like The Computers you once loved. I know I know... It's better. Thanks."
06. Disco Sucks
"This track takes its name from the club night we do. The song itself is really more about how shit the ‘nightclub’ scene can be, rather than my hatred of disco, which I actually quite like."
07. Selina Chinese
"The story of a transgender call girl. Most probably, based on real events, not just in my life."
08. Point Of Interest
"This is actually the first song I wrote for this record. A massive change in style I'm sure you know. It didn't really come to life until we were in between churches in the wetness of South Georgia, USA."
09. Sex Texts
"Who said rock n roll was dead? Iggy, this one’s for you!"
10. Call On You!
"If you want to dance well now is the time to do it. Boogie woogie at its most lovelorn!"
11. Single Beds
"The story of a couple falling apart, cheating on each other and knowing it. The vocals were done in one take so that cheering you hear at the end was real applause from the control room. "Being in love is complicated enough, without being apart. Man that can be harder than tough"... need I say more."