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Elbow Begin Follow-Up to 'Build A Rocket Boys.'

Elbow Begin Follow-Up to 'Build A Rocket Boys!' -

Elbow bassist Pete Turner has announced that the band have already begun work on their latest studio effort, marking the band's first release after since their 'Dead In The Boot' rarities compilation. 

"The B-sides album is something we'd been planning for a long time," Turner told NME.

"We're all big fans of the Smashing Pumpkins B-sides album 'Pisces Iscariot' and we'd always wanted to do our own one day. So it's not a case of buying time between albums - we've already started working on our next one up in Manchester, and we've got about ten songs ready. It's too early to say what it sounds like."

This past Friday the Manchester new-prog outfit were in town to perform at Camden's Roundhouse as part of the ongoing iTunes Festival. The band performed a career spanning set performing tracks from 2011's 'Build A Rocket Boys!', 'The Seldom Seen Kid' & 'Leaders of the Free World.'

Elbow played

'High Ideals'
'The Bones Of You'
'Leaders Of The Free World'
'Grounds For Divorce'
'The Loneliness Of A Tower Crane Driver'
'The Night Will Always Win'
'Puncture Repair'
'Some Riot'
'Lippy Kids'
'Station Approach'
'Weather To Fly'
'Open Arms'
'The Birds'
'One Day Like This'



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Jim Root

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