Crowded House Detail New LP, Sign to Universal

BY Stephen CarlickPublished Mar 23, 2010

Late '80s/early '90s hitmakers Crowded House are set to release a second comeback album following the success of their 2007 full-length, Time on Earth.

As Billboard reports, the New Zealand quartet will release Intriguer, their sixth studio album, this June through Universal Records. The album, which contains ten tracks, was produced by front-man Neil Finn and producer Jim Scott, and was recorded in Auckland, NZ's Roundhead Studios.

While details like a cover, tracklist or first single have yet to be announced, the group have already confirmed that an extensive international tour is in the works. The North American leg should kick off in North America this July.

Speaking of the label shift to Universal, Finn issued a statement, saying, "I look forward to a long and productive relationship with Universal Music, who are obviously the music company setting the benchmark now. We're delighted to be in the company of music-loving people who believe in us and are eager to spread the word."

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