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The Struts have announced a slew of new details about their upcoming third studio album, Strange Days.

Due out October 16, the album features a number of guest appearances including Tom Morrello, Phil Collen and Joe Elliott of Def Leppard and Robbie Williams, who’s on the album’s title track that can be heard below. Albert Hammond Jr. is featured on the track “Another Hit of Showmanship,” which was released last Friday (August 28.)

In a statement from the band, they said, “Finding all of our plans for 2020 canceled or postponed, we gathered together safely in the studio and wrote and recorded the entire album in just ten days. It was undoubtedly a magical ten days for us—and we hope when you hear the album, it gives you a taste of that magic too.”

Strange Days is currently available for pre-order at StrangeDaysAlbum.com and is available for pre-save on all major digital platforms here. The album’s track listing can be viewed below.

The Struts – Strange Days – Track Listing

“Strange Days” (with Robbie Williams)
“All Dressed Up (With Nowhere To Go)”
“Do You Love Me”
“I Hate How Much I Want You” (with Phil Collen & Joe Elliott of Def Leppard)
“Wild Child” (with Tom Morello)
“Burn It Down”
“Another Hit of Showmanship” (with Albert Hammond Jr.)
“Can’t Sleep”
“Am I Talking To The Champagne (Or Talking To You)”

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