Sleeper Return with Their First New Album in 22 Years

Hear "Look at You Now" from the Britpop group's 'The Modern Age'
Sleeper Return with Their First New Album in 22 Years
Classic Britpop act Sleeper have slowly but surely been embracing their recent reunion, but now the group have announced their first new album in over two decades. The full-length is called The Modern Age, and it will arrive on March 22 via the band's own Gorsky Records.

For a taste of what's in store, you can listen to the new album track "Look at You Now" down below. Like the rest of The Modern Age, the track was produced by Stephen Street, who also worked with Sleeper during their classic '90s period.

Sleeper broke up way back in 1998 following the release of their '97 album Pleased to Meet You. That means when The Modern Age arrives in 2019, it will mark their first new album in 22 years.

Right now, you can pre-order the album over here.

The Modern Age:

1. Paradise Waiting
2. Look At You Now
3. The Sun Also Rises
4. Dig
5. The Modern Age
6. Cellophane
7. Car Into The Sea
8. Blue Like You
9. More That I Do
10. Big Black Sun