The Courteeners gears up for the launch of fourth studio album.
English indie rock band – The Courteeners – took to Twitter and announced the launch of their fourth studio album ‘Concrete Love’ on June 20, 2014.
The band will launch the album on August 18, 2014; the same week in which it will also headline at the much awaited BBC Radio 1/NME Stage at Reading and Leeds Festivals. Concrete Love will be the follow-up to The Courtneers’ 2013 success album – Anna. When released in February 2013, ‘Anna’ had scaled to number six in the UK official album chart. The Band was formed in Middleton Greater Manchester in 2006 by Liam James Fray (guitar/vocals), Daniel Moores (guitar), Mark Joseph Cuppello (bass), Michael Campbell (drums/backing vocals). The band members have known each other since the age of ten. The indie rock band’s previous two albums had also featured on the chart’s top 10. St.Jude – their debut album released in 2008 – has been the highest charting till date, it went to number four in the UK albums chart that year. The album also garnered the accolade of the Guardian First British Album Award (2008). The Courteeners also hold the distinction of having five top 40 singles – That Kiss and Not Nineteen Forever are two of them.