Girls Names are on the cusp of another stirring album release, following 2013's The New Life. And before their short batch of Italy shows, the Belfast outfit have introduced its newest cut, 'A Hunger Artist'.

Frontman Cathal Cully is toned and engaged, triumphantly prowling through the new single like a modern Ian Curtis as the band marches on heady '80s inspired rhythms and bass on the track. For the new album, entitled Arms Around a Vision, the band sought Europe for new ideas.

"We look to Europe for inspiration. For romance. For the idea of a better life," Cully says. "For me, living in Belfast just makes you focus on your own art."

The band will be hitting Italy for a triple-header of shows from July 16th to the 18th, performing at Bagnacciuga in Fano the first night, followed by Bolognetti Rocks, Bologna, and A Night Like This Festival in Turin on the 18th. An additional show at London's 100 Club for October 19th has also been announced, with tickets available now.

Listen to 'A Hunger Artist' below. Arms Around A Vision comes October 2nd on Tough Love Records. Pre-order an exclusive cream vinyl copy today.