Teenage Fanclub Announce New Album Endless Arcade, Share “Home”: Stream

The Scottish band's first full-length since 2016 arrives in March

Teenage Fanclub, photo via Facebook

    Teenage Fanclub have announced a new album called Endless Arcade. Their first full-length since 2016 is due for arrival next year on March 5th.

    The forthcoming LP follows Here and marks the Scottish group’s first since the 2018 departure of founding member and bassist Gerard Love. In a statement about the project and its name, the band’s Raymond McGinley said, “I think of an endless arcade as a city that you can wander through, with a sense of mystery, an imaginary one that goes on forever.” He continued, “When it came to choosing an album title, it seemed to have something for this collection of songs.”

    Altogether there are 12 tracks on this new collection, including lead single “Home”. A jangly tune full of longing, it finds the veteran alt-rockers wondering if they’ll ever find comfort again — a fitting sentiment given this seemingly relentless pandemic.


    Stream it down below and then head here to pre-order the new album. While you wait for more new Teenage Fanclub, see where their classic record Songs from Northern Britain ranked in our Top Albums of 1997 list.

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    Endless Arcade Tracklist:
    01. Home
    02. Endless Arcade
    03. Warm Embrace
    04. Everything is Falling Apart
    05. The Sun won’t shine on me
    06. Come With Me
    07. In Our Dreams
    08. I’m more inclined
    09. Back in the Day
    10. The Future
    11. Living with You
    12. Silent Song