Alphabeat’s ‘Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’ Is A Welcome Breath Of Positivity In A Worried World

Released today November 1 (how the heck is it November already…), ‘Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’ is the first album from the Danish sextet since 2012’s ‘Express Non Stop’. And it’s not before time. The album, available on digital download and streaming, CD, and vinyl, comprises 9 tracks of mostly upbeat pop.

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Alphabeat Do Know What’s Cool – We Speak With Anders B, Anders SG And Stine Ahead Of New Album Release Friday

Alphabeat are back better than ever before, and tomorrow release their new album, ‘Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’. Lisa and Dan had a chance to chat with half of Alphabeat, specifically Stine, Anders SG, and Anders B, about the new album, their music, and what exactly is cool these days.

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Alphabeat ‘Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’ But It Doesn’t Matter With New Video

By their own admission, Alphabeat are from ’85, they’re not gonna lie, they don’t know what’s cool anymore, but that certainly doesn’t matter with their new single, ‘I Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’, and the accompanying music video.

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ALPHABEAT ANNOUNCE UK TOUR & RELEASE A SPECIAL UK MIX OF SMASH COMEBACK SINGLE ‘SHADOWS’

Alphabeat are back with a three date UK tour in April 2020.

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Alphabeat Announce New Album ‘Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore’ – Out Nov 1

Beloved Danish indie pop band Alphabeat have just announced the release of their highly anticipated fourth studio album Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore, arriving 1st November through Warner Music, Denmark via Absolute Label Services. It is preceded today by the album’s infectious first single I Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore, which has been added into Spotify’s prestigious New Music Friday UK playlist (736k followers). It is available to stream now, here. It marks the band’s second new single of 2019, seeing the six-piece troupe staying true to their power pop roots. The release follows their comeback track Shadows, which boasts over 4 million streams and has spent over 22 weeks on the Top 10 airplay chart in their native Denmark. Pre-order Don’t Know What’s Cool Anymore here.

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