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French for Rabbits Premiere New Single, Announce Album

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Friday 12 September 2014

French for Rabbits Premiere New Single ‘Woke up to a Storm’ on Stereogum And Announce Release of Debut Album ‘Spirits’

After a busy and fruitful year of musical journeying and creation, the Waikuku Beach dream-folk duo French For Rabbits celebrate by sharing their new single Woke Up To A Storm with a worldwide premiere on essentially regarded indie music blog Stereogum. They also announce the international release of their debut album Spirits on Lefse Records/Home Alone Music

The New Zealand release date for Spirits is set for October 31st via Home Alone Music. The band will tour the country in December after an extensive run through Europe supporting Danish folk enchantress Agnes Obel and playing their own string of shows across the UK, Italy and Germany.

As a special treat for Kiwi’s the duo release their NZ on Air funded music video for the single ‘The Other Side’ today, with an exclusive worldwide premiere on Cheese On Toast.

The band, having already summoned international attention with their debut EP Claimed By The Sea, signed to Lefse Records (a sub of acclaimed us label Fat Possum Records) to release their debut Spirits, as well as previous 7” vinyl release of Goat/ The Other Side.

Pre-order Spirits on CD and Vinyl

Spirits available from Oct 31

www.frenchforrabbits.com

www.facebook.com/frenchforrabbits

https://soundcloud.com/french-for-rabbits

http://www.lefserecords.com/

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