Courtney Love's New Hole Album Plus TV and Live Appearances Details

Courtney Love prepares for the arrival of Nobody's Daughter, the brand new album by Hole, set for April 27th release on Mercury Records. "Skinny Little Bitch," the new album's first single pick has jumped all over rock radio formats since its impact two weeks ago, and is now available for sale at all digital platforms.

The next appearances by Hole include two shows at the Henry Fonda Theater in Los Angeles (April 22nd and 23rd) and Terminal 5 in New York City (April 27th and 28th), which were all sold out in hours after being on sale. Those will be followed by guest spots on CBS's The Late Show with David Letterman (April 27th) and ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live (April 29th).

Nobody's Daughter is the first album by Hole in more than a decade (since 1998's three-time Grammy-nominated Celebrity Skin). It also marks Courtney's first record since her solo album America's Sweetheart of 2004 on Virgin (with "Mono" and "Hold On To Me," both songs co-written with Linda Perry, who co-wrote the bulk of that album's songs with Courtney).

The track sequence for Nobody's Daughter is as follows: 1. Nobody's Daughter * 2. Skinny Little Bitch * 3. Honey * 4. Pacific Coast Highway * 5. Samantha * 6. Someone Else's Bed * 7. For Once in Your Life * 8. Letter to God * 9. Loser Dust * 10. How Dirty Girls Get Clean * 11. Never Go Hungry.

Beginning Friday, March 26th fans can preorder several special deluxe packages of Nobody's Daughter, including a package with autographed vinyl, at the bands official site, www.HoleRock.net. iTunes album preorder begins 4/6 including exclusive bonus tracks.

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