Wire Announce Nocturnal Koreans Mini-Album, Stream Title Song

(Classic Rock) Wire have announced they'll release a mini-album entitled Nocturnal Koreans in April. The eight-track is due out on April 29 via Pinkflag and is comprised of material left over from recording sessions from their 2015 self-titled record.

Vocalist and guitarist Colin Newman says: "The Wire album was quite respectful of the band and Nocturnal Koreans is less respectful. More accurately, it's the band being less respectful to itself - in that it's more created in the studio rather than recorded as the band played it, which was mostly the case with Wire. A general rule for this record was, any trickery is fair game, if it makes it sound better."

They've made the title track available to stream - and guitarist Matthew Simms reports it's his favorite on Nocturnal Koreans. He adds: "It's a great snapshot of touring America, and when I hear or play that song it reminds me of the many weird and wonderful times, places and people that cross your path." Stream the song here.

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