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Posted February 15, 2012 by Mike Mineo in News
 
 

The Futureheads Unveil A Capella Album

English post-punk group The Futureheads revealed that their upcoming release, Rant, features solely a capella performances. No instruments will be heard on the album, which is out April 2nd on the band’s own Nul Records. Rant will be comprised of already-released Futureheads tracks and some covers, including Black Eyed Peas’ “Meet Me Halfway” and Kelis’ “Acapella”. You can check out the a capella version of Futureheads’ “Robot” below.

Singer Barry Hyde was frank when speaking about what the album should mean to real fans: “A Futureheads fan who doesn’t get Rant is not a Futureheads fan. This version of The Futureheads has always been there. We’re bringing to the fore what we’re really about: a unification, a gang mentality, which is in the balance between our voices and our personalities. And on Rant we’re pushing that right into your face.”

Rant track listing:

1 Meantime
2 Meet Me Halfway
3 Robot
4 Beeswing
5 Thursday
6 Sumer Is Icumen In
7 The Keeper
8 The No. 1 Song in Heaven
9 The Old Dun Cow
10 Acapella
11 Man Ray

Tour dates:

3rd April – Colston Hall, Bristol
4th April – Union Chapel, London
5th April – Wardrobe, Leeds
6th April – Georgian Theatre, Stockton
8th April – Sage, Gateshead
9th April – Oran Mor, Glasgow
10th April – Glee Club, Birmingham
12th April – Glee Club, Nottingham
13th April – RNCM Theatre, Manchester


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