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NEW MODEL ARMY - Announces New Album And Shares New Video

British alternative rock/post-punk legends New Model Army unveil their official video single for "Winter" and deliver news of their forthcoming album release of the same name. Returning with Winter, their first full studio album since their acclaimed Between Dog And Wolf kick-started a creative renaissance in 2013. This album saw the band receive the best critical response of their career and top 30 chart positions in UK and Germany, their first in over 20 years, while Matt Reid's 2014 documentary feature film Between Dog And Wolf: The New Model Army Story drew further interest to this most unique of groups. Winter will be released on 26th August on the band's own Attack Attack label, via Red Essential in the UK and via earMUSIC worldwide.
The album is a powerful and emotionally intense body of work. From the opening epic "Beginning" through to the closing song "After Something" the album builds on the new directions taken by Between Dog And Wolf, yet also has familiar echoes of the immediacy and engagement of the band's classic albums The Ghost Of Cain and Thunder And Consolation. Says founder, lead Singer and main songwriter Justin Sullivan: "Between Dog And Wolf opened up a lot of creative doors for us, so it was exciting to go and look inside. The results were not necessarily planned – as usual we felt our way - but I think Winter has a really strong identity. It is very much the sound of people in difficult places – something that so many of us can relate to at the moment, on a lot of different levels. It is a much more of a band album than Between Dog And Wolf and we made a deliberate choice in mixing it to sound more aggressive and a little less polished." Watch the video in the player below. Link