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Citizen announce new album, stream lively lead single I Want To Kill You

Watch Citizen’s new video for I Want To Kill You, taken from their upcoming album Life In Your Glass World.

Indie-rock trio Citizen have confirmed details of their upcoming album Life In Your Glass World, and unveiled the record’s infectiously bouncy lead single I Want To Kill You.

The band’s fourth LP is due out on March 26 via Run For Cover Records, with guitarist Nick Hamm explaining of the creative freedom they felt to make exactly what they wanted: I don’t have a lot of regret but there have definitely been times when we felt powerless during the band’s existence. 

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This time we really owned every part of the process. It’s easy to feel like you’re on autopilot when you’re in a band, but that’s not a good place to be this far into our existence. We consciously knew we wanted to break free.”

He adds that, This is the first self-sufficient Citizen record. There was no pressure at all and moving at our own pace allowed the songs to be a little more fleshed out.”

See what he means with new single/video, I Want To Kill You:

Check out the Life In Your Glass World tracklist:

1. Death Dance Approximately
2. I Want To Kill You
3. Blue Sunday
4. Thin Air
5. Call Your Bluff
6. Pedestal
7. Fight Beat
8. Black and Red
9. Glass World
10. Winter Buds
11. Edge of The World

And see the album artwork below:

Citizen Life In Your Glass World cover
Posted on January 12th 2021, 3:00p.m.
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