Indie supergroup Mongrel to release debut album free with The Independent
Friday 27 February 2009
Better than heavy', the 11-track debut album of indie supergroup Mongrel will be given away with
The Independent print edition on Saturday 7 March.
It will be the first time in the UK a band have given their debut album away with a national newspaper, and will follow an interview with the band which will run the day before. Mongrel includes members of Arctic Monkeys, Babyshambles, Reverend & the Makers as well as the rapper Lowkey.
Listen to a sample - "Act Like That", track six from the album
The playlist for Better than Heavy is as follows:
- Hit from the Morning Sun
- Off the Leash
- The Menace
- Act Like That
- Better than Heavy
- Better them than us
- Alphabet Assasins
- All your ever afters
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