Vultures debut album out in November
Supergroup Them Crooked Vultures have finally confirmed the release of their debut album – it’ll be released on November 17, with lead single New Fang appearing on radio stations from Monday (October 26).
The band, consisting of Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters), John Paul Jones (Led Zepellin) and Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age) have been the subject of massive speculation after their existence was revealed over the summer.
Since then, they’ve played a number of guerrilla-style shows with minimal publicity, and will hit the UK for a brief tour in December.
The trio have enjoyed teasing audience and media alike, with Homme recently joking the band might not release and album at all, and even if they did it wouldn’t feature the songs they’d been playing live.
The LP, which was originally thought to have been called Never Deserved the Future, consists of the following tracks:
No One Loves Me & Neither Do I
Mind Eraser, No Chaser
Dead End Friends
Interlude with Ludes
Warsaw or the First Breath You Take After You Give Up
Spinning in Daffodils
Them Crooked Vultures will play Plymouth Pavilions (December 10), Portsmouth Guildhall (11), Blackpool Empress Ballroom (13), Birmingham Academy (14), Edinburgh Corn Exchange (15) and Hammersmith Apollo (17).