Far Out favourite East India Youth aka William Doyle has unveiled details of the follow-up to Total Strife Forever.
This time around, Doyle will put out the record on XL Recordings and we can expect it to reach our ears on April 6th.
He has yet to share any of the music from the new album, but has revealed it will be called Culture of Volume.
Last year saw East India Youth catapulted from relative obscurity to the consciousness of the mainstream, with an enthralling live show and festival appearances at the likes of Glastonbury and Latitude.
Head here to see photos from our visit to Beacons festival in Skipton, where East India Youth played a blinding Friday night set.
As well as the album’s title, Doyle has also unveiled a full tracklist, which you can see below:
Culture of Volume tracklist:
Hearts That Never
Don’t Look Backwards
Manner of Words