The Gaslight Anthem have revealed details of the follow-up to 2012's Handwitten. Get Hurt will be released on August 18.
The album was recorded in Nashville with producer Mike Crossey, who's previously worked with the Arctic Monkeys, Jake Bugg and The 1975.
Back in 2012, we described Handwritten as "a mature, propulsive trammel of grunge-ravaged roadster rock’n’roll".
A video taster for the new album is now available on YouTube
Get Hurt can be pre-ordered now, and is also available as a deluxe, signed edition.
Underneath the Ground
Rollin' and Tumblin'
Ain't That a Shame
- Break Your Heart
November 17 - Apollo - Manchester, UK
November 19 - Alexandra Palace - London, UK
November 21 - Corn Exchange - Edinburgh, UK
November 22 - Motorpoint Arena - Cardiff, UK
November 23 - Academy - Birmingham, UK
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