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Phoenix announce new album, Bankrupt

Phoenix announce new album, Bankrupt

by The 405 News Team, 16 January 2013

Following a mysterious post on their Facebook page earlier this evening, and a video featuring snippets of music on their visually frustrating website, Phoenix have confirmed the title of their forthcoming new album.

The album is titled Bankrupt, but that's the only information we have right now.

Their last album, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, was released in 2009.

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