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Nine Black Alps. Supermarket Clothes. Something Else. Morning After. Come Back Around. Not in My Name. Destroy Me. The band also spent time touring northern Europe, including France, the Netherlands and Germany and also supported the Kaiser Chiefs in Scandinavia. The band also ventured to the US, playing at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin , Texas , and making a short tour of the north east.
Their first U. On 18 October , NME. The band's first release of came in the form of "Pocket Full of Stars", a song written by the band and Hayley Hutchinson for inclusion in the movie soundtrack to Surf's Up. The first single taken from the new album was "Burn Faster" released on 23 July and the second single, "Bitter End", was released on 15 October. The track, called 'Buy Nothing', was the first release from their forthcoming third album, Locked Out from the Inside. The band's third studio album, Locked Out from the Inside was released on 5 October , and was promoted by a UK-wide tour.
In , it was revealed that the band had started demoing new material for their fourth album as a 3 piece in early May in the West Yorkshire village of Linthwaite. Bass player Martin Cohen left the band in early to pursue his solo project Milk Maid,  with whom he is signed to Brighton based label Fat Cat Records; he has since been replaced by Karl Astbury, formerly of The Witches. Full Moon Summer. Supermarket Clothes.
Don't Forget To Breathe. Away From Me. Live From The Wishing Well. Future Wife. Over The Ocean. Burn Faster. My One And Only. Ilana Song. Glitter Gulch EP. Bitter End. Heavier Than Water. Similar artists. Ken Andrews. Sugar Ray.
New Radicals. We Were Promised Jetpacks.Candy for the Clowns's formality is definitely not helped by lyrical laziness on Forrest's part within songs like "Clown". Rhyming the song's title with “down” definitely constitutes a rock cliché, which I thought Nine Black Alps would be astute enough to completely avoid. All in all, Candy for the Clowns is a mixed bag/5(4).