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- Posted on Jan 10th 2011 3:30PM by Andrew Kerr
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According to the NME, the Glasgow quartet have been working in London with producer Flood on the album which is due to hit the shelves come the spring.
'Euphoric Heartbreak' is the first Glasvegas release to feature Swedish drummer Jonna Löfgren, who replaced Caroline McKay last year after McKay quit during sessions in Los Angeles in March. As previously reported by Spinner, the band had been working on demos in L.A. but have now returned to the UK to finish work on the much-anticipated album.
Since winding up their festival commitments in the autumn the band have knuckled down to the work at hand. Lead guitarist Rab Allan told Spinner at the time, "James has been writing a lot. It's great and we just wanted to try to get the next thing out as [quickly] as possible."