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Bailterspace Announce New Album Trinine

Bailterspace Announce New Album Trinine and "Films of You" single

Bailterspace Announce new album Trinine 

Bailterspace will be releasing a new album Trinine on Arch Hill Recordings on 27th of September.

Trinine was recorded in New York prior to their last album Strobosphere. It features all three original members - Alister Parker, John Halverson and Bent McLachlan.

All three band members were also in The Gordons, who recently won the Independent Music NZ Classic Album award. John and Brent were also in Skeptics, who are featured in a recent documentary Sheen of Gold. Flying Nun is reissuing both the albums, Amalgam and III

The album is available as a pre-order on the Flying Out website

You can listen to the first single from the album here. It is called "Films of You"

Earlier this year Bailterspace returned to New Zealand and played three shows, including St Jeromes Laneway Festival.

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