The Jesus and Mary Chain announce album, ‘Glasgow Eyes’

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“Jamcod” is the first single from their new album.

Six years after the release of his seventh studio album, Damage and Joythe Scottish alternative rock group The Jesus and Mary Chain has just announced that they have a new album ready and it will be released in early 2024. To accompany the news, the band released the first single from their next project and shared that they will go on tour during the spring.

jamcod” is the first song to be released from Glasgow Eyesan album that, according to Jim Reidwas made with the same passion with which albums like Psychocandy, ensuring that it is a work that contains all the essence of the emblematic duo. You can listen to it below:

Our creative process is incredibly the same as it was in 1984, we just come to the studio and see what happens. There is a telepathy, we are that type of almost twins who finish each other’s statements,” he commented. Jim Reid it’s a statement.

The Jesus and Mary Chain will perform a 22-concert tour across Europe and the UK, beginning with a performance in Manchester on March 22. The album will consist of 12 songs and will be released on March 8 through the label Fuzz Club.

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Tracklist Glasgow Eyes:

  1. “Venal Joy”
  2. “American Born”
  3. “Mediterranean X Film”
  4. “Jamcod”
  5. “Discotheque”
  6. “Pure Poor”
  7. “The Eagles and the Beatles”
  8. “Silver Strings”
  9. “Chemical Animal”
  10. “Second of June”
  11. “Girl 71”
  12. “Hey Lou Reid.”


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