Belle & Sebastian Reveal Album Artwork, Tracklisting and Formats
Added on 17th October 2014

Belle & Sebastian had already let the world know that their ninth studio album ‘Girls in Peacetime Want To Dance’ would be released in January 2015 but this week they have also previewed the artwork, tracklisting and details of the formats which are now available for pre-order.

Released on Matador Records worldwide, the album will be available from January 19th in world ex-North America and the following day in North America. The record will be released on three physical formats: a gatefold 2LP, CD with 24 page booklet and a limited edition 4LP box set which will also include a download voucher and poster. The Box Set will feature two extended mixes and four bonus tracks, two of which are exclusive to this format. Pre-orders of the digital album on iTunes will come with pre-order bonus track ‘Piggy’.

The track listing will be:
1. Nobody’s Empire
2. Allie
3. The Party Line
4. The Power of Three
5. The Cat with the Cream
6. Enter Sylvia Plath
7. The Everlasting Muse
8. Perfect Couples
9. Ever Had a Little Faith?
10. Play for Today
11. The Book of You
12. Today (This Army’s for Peace)


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