The English indie-pop trio have a new album due out in May.
The record comes three years after Friendly Fires' self-titled debut album, a catchy and upbeat affair that launched them to international indie stardom. While that record was supposedly recorded entirely in a garage, Pala was completed at studios in New York, London and Yvetot, France, as well as the English trio's hometown of St. Albans. Based on the first single, "Live Those Days Tonight" (which you stream on the band's official website), the album promises more of Friendly Fire's club-friendly indie pop.
Pala features collaborations with The Harlem Gospel choir and Holy Ghost member Alex Frankel, and come with artwork by fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø. It will be their first release since their Suck My Deck mix from last September.
01. Live Those Days Tonight
02. Blue Cassette
03. Running Away
04. Hawaiian Air
07. Show Me Lights
08. True Love
09. Pull Me Back to Earth
XL Recordings will release Pala on May 16th, 2011