It's Not The End Of The World, But I Can See It From Here video from Lostprophets
Lostprophets return with a new single, album and tour! It's Not The End Of The World, But I Can See It From Here is the first single from their new album The Betrayed released on January 11th 2010. All you lostprophets fans will have to make do with this single as another one isn't scheduled for release until January 4th!
The Betrayed has been a long time in the coming, their last album Liberation Transmission was released in June 2006. Originally the new album was planned for release in 2007, they recorded an album with John Feldman but didn't feel happy with the results, the group put a hold on the release and recorded and self-produced some new material. Now three years down the line, The Betrayed almost here!
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Sheffield O2 Academy - 20th October
London Forum - Q Awards Show - 22nd October
Liverpool Uni - 23rd October
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