Celebrating their tenth anniversary this October, Gomez return with the eagerly anticipated new album 'How We Operate' on June 5th – their first for new label Independiente.
Seven years after 1999's Mercury Music Prize-winning 'Bring It On' and their first LP since 'Split The Difference' in 2004, 'How We Operate' is produced by Gil Norton – the band's first outside producer - whose previous credits include The Pixies and The Foo Fighters.
Signed to Dave Matthew's ATO Records in the states, 'How We Operate' is their fifth studio album and features 12 brand new songs all co-written by the band – Ian Ball (lead vocals, guitar), Ben Ottewell (vocals, guitar) Tom Gray (vocals, guitar, keyboard) Paul Blackburn (bass) and Olly Peacock (drums).
'GirlShapedLoveDrug' will be the first single to be released off 'How We Operate' Released May 29th. Check out the brand new video!
05/06 – Bristol Academy
06/06- Newcastle Academy
07/06 – Leeds, Metro Uni
08/06 – Liverpool Academy
10/06 – Glasgow, QMU/ABC
11/06 – Wolverhampton. Wulfren Hall
12/06 – London, Shepherds Bush Empire
13/06 – Manchester, Ritz Ballroom
14/06 – Sheffield Leadmill
08/07 - T in The Park
09/07 - Ireland Oxegen
05/08 - Newquay - Ripcurl Unleashed Festival
18/08 - UK - Beautiful Day Festival
19/08 - V Fesitval
20/08 - V Festival
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