All You Need To Know About The New Royal Blood Album

18 June 2017, 14:42 | Updated: 19 June 2017, 14:55

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Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher take Radio X’s John Kennedy through their second LP, How Did We Get So Dark?

How Did We Get So Dark? is the long awaited follow-up to the Royal Blood's 2014 self-titled debut

Listen to  Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher in conversation with the most trusted man in music, John Kennedy, as the duo take him through their brand new album track-by-track.

Royal Blood - How Did We Get So Dark? track listing:

How Did We Get So Dark?
Lights Out
I Only Lie When I Love You
She's Creeping
Look Like You Know
Where Are You Now?
Don't Tell
Hook, Line & Sinker
Hole in Your Heart

The Lights Out duo also unveiled a video for their brand new track, I Only Lie When I Love You

Watch it here:

Royal Blood are also preparing for a summer of festival appearances, including slots at Glastonbury, Summer Sonic, Lollapalooza and the Eden Sessions.

See their full UK tour dates below: 

13 November – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
14 November – Reading, Rivermead
16 November – Manchester, Arena
17 November – Leeds, First Direct Arena
18 November – Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena
20 November – London, Alexandra Palace - SOLD OUT
21 November - London, Alexandra Palace - DATE ADDED
24 November – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
25 November – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
26 November  – Dublin, 3Arena
28 November – Bournemouth, BIC
29 November – Brighton, Centre

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