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YOUNG GUNS PREMIERE NEW SONG FROM THIRD ALBUM

British rock act Young Guns are gearing up to release their third album early next year and have premiered a new single, called "I Want Out," at AltPress.com. "I Want Out" arrives at radio stations on Monday (August 11th) and is now available at iTunes. It's already hit Number One on the U.K.'s iTunes rock chart.

Singer Gustav Wood told us where things stand with the full record: "We're actually just kind of nearing the end of the process, actually. We're maybe like 10 out of 12 songs in. We've been kind of below the radar for about six months now, which is the longest time we've ever not played a show for, but we're in a really good place. We've written what we feel is an infinitely better record than our last album, and we're just kind of putting finishing touches on it, and we can't wait to hit the road and show people what we've been working on." to be more creative and hopefully a little more unique."

The yet-to-be-titled new Young Guns album is due out in early 2015 and follows the band’s 2012 effort Bones.

Young Guns reached the Number One spot on the U.S. rock radio chart in March 2013 with the title track.

The song spent 32 consecutive weeks climbing the chart, making the group record-holders for the longest unbroken rise to the top.

Young Guns will hit the road this fall for a North American tour with You Me At Six that begins on September 15th in Los Angeles and winds down on November 2nd in Madison, Wisconsin.

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