Less than a year on from Performance, Austin's White Denim have unveiled plans to release another album. The band's eighth full-length is called Side Effects and will be coming out on March 29th through City Slang. The album features James Petralli and Steve Terebecki backed by a varying set of players.

In tandem with the announcement, White Denim have shared a pair of new tracks from the record which show the diversity created by the impermanent band lineup. The first is 'Shanalala', a free-wheeling garage rock number with James Petralli stuttering in perfect pace with his band's rolling and tumbling rock gait. Anyone who has seen White Denim's energetic live shows will immediately hook in to the perpetual motion of 'Shanalala'.

On the other side we have 'NY Money', a more alien-sounding rocker, imbued by twinkling synthesizer melodies and a more imagistic lyrical display. The track stretches out into a 6-minute reverie, which suits White Denim's jammy side perfectly, and they take us on a naturalistic aural road trip. The pair of new tracks may come from different angles, but they're both quintessential White Denim, and make it clear that Side Effects is going to be yet another quality album in the band's discography.

Before Side Effects even comes out on March 29th, you can catch White Denim's impeccable live show on UK shores in February:

9 Feb - Belfast @ Limelight
10 Feb - Dublin @ Whelan's
12 Feb - Bristol @ O2 Academy
13 Feb - Birmingham @ O2 Institute
15 Feb - Manchester @ Albert Hall SOLD OUT
16 Feb - Newcastle @ Northumbria Institute
17 Feb - Glasgow @ SWG3 TV Studio
19 Feb - Leeds @ O2 Academy
20 Feb - Liverpool @ O2 Academy
22 Feb - London @ Roundhouse SOLD OUT
23 Feb - Brighton @ Mutations Festvial