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Fresh from seeing the Olympic Torch arrive safely in Belfast and performing a free concert in front of City Hall in celebration of the event, GENERAL FIASCO have now confirmed details of a new single 'Bad Habits' and their second album due for release now!

'Unfaithfully Yours' contains twelve tracks of classic pop, rock and infectious tunes including 'The Age You Start Losing Friends' which was picked up last year on Radio 1 as the 'Hottest Record In The World' and won 'Best Song' at the NI Music Awards held as part of the prestigious Belfast Music Week which saw the MTV awards come to town. Recorded with Rocky O'Reilly in Belfast earlier this year General Fiasco consist of Owen Strathern on bass, brother Enda on guitar, Stephen Leacock on drums and new guitarist / keyboard player Stuart Bell

CLOSING DATE: Monday 13th August 2012 23:23

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