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No Devotion announce second album, No Oblivion, share new single Starlings

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No Devotion will release their second album, No Oblivion, via Velocity Records on September 16. Produced by bassist Stuart Richardson and mixed by Dave Fridmann, the long, long-awaited follow-up to the band's 2015 debut Permanence is preceded by an atmospheric new single, Starlings.

Now stripped back to a three-piece following the exit of guitarist Mike Lewis and keyboardist/turntablist Jamie Oliver, the band - vocalist Geoff Rickly, guitarist Lee Gaze and bassist Richardson - recently announced, and swiftly postponed, a clutch of UK gigs, but officially returned to live action this week with shows in Philadelphia and New York. 

Watch the video for Starlings below:

"This record has been a long time coming," the band wrote on Instagram, "and Geoff summarised it perfectly when he says ‘the members of no devotion have seen some shit’ This record serves as the ultimate reminder that no matter what, there is hope." 

The tracklist for No Oblivion is:

1. Starlings
2. No Oblivion
3. A Sky Deep And Clear
4. Love Songs From Fascist Italy
5. The End Of Longing
6. Endless Desire
7. Repeaters
8. In A Broken Land

No Oblivion is out September 16 via Velocity Records.

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Paul Brannigan
Paul Brannigan

A music writer since 1993, formerly Editor of Kerrang! and Planet Rock magazine (RIP), Paul Brannigan is a Contributing Editor to Louder. Having previously written books on Lemmy, Dave Grohl (the Sunday Times best-seller This Is A Call) and Metallica (Birth School Metallica Death, co-authored with Ian Winwood), his Eddie Van Halen biography (Eruption in the UK, Unchained in the US) emerged in 2021. He has written for Rolling Stone, Mojo and Q, hung out with Fugazi at Dischord House, flown on Ozzy Osbourne's private jet, played Angus Young's Gibson SG, and interviewed everyone from Aerosmith and Beastie Boys to Young Gods and ZZ Top. Brannigan lives in North London and supports The Arsenal.