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New York-based duo Sleigh Bells will release their new album, Bitter Rivals, next Monday 7th October via Lucky Number / Mom + Pop but it is available to stream http://bitterrivals.us and we have albums up for grabs!

Bitter Rivals will be the band's third album, following their 2010 debut, Treats, and 2012 album Reign Of Terror and it is surely their best yet. Recorded intermittently at first while on the road touring Reign Of Terror, and then completed during a more intense three month period this year in New York, Bitter Rivals is the sound of a band continuing to evolve, opening up, and most of all, having a great time. The 10-song album was produced by Derek Miller and mixed by Andrew Dawson (whose recent credits include Kanye West 'Yeezus'. Jay Z / Kanye West 'Watch The Throne" and Beyonce '4')

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 16th October 2013 23:23

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