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Therapy? To Release "Crooked Timber" in March

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Therapy? will release "Crooked Timber," their follow-up to 2006's "One Cure Fits All" in March.

"We’re really excited about getting these tracks heard and can't wait to play them live," says frontman Andy Cairns." We’ve spent enough time away now - it’s time to get involved. There’s always the risk of getting lazy and simply churning out what’s 'expected' or a 'safe bet' but that was never an option for Crooked Timber. Making the album was a great experience and now it's time to get back in peoples faces."

The album - produced by Gang of Four's Andy Gill - features the following tracks:

The Head That Tried To Strangle Itself
Enjoy The Struggle
Clowns Galore
Exiles
Crooked Timber
I Told You I Was Ill
Somnambulist
Blacken The Page
Magic Mountain
Bad Excuse For Daylight

"Crooked Timber" will be released on March 23 through Global.

Source: Kerrang.com

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