Sleeper has shared their first single in 21 years - check out 'Look At You Now' below.
The band split in 1998 following a string of hits and an appearance on the zeitgeist defining Trainspotting soundtrack, with singer Louise Wener becoming a successful novelist.
Reforming earlier in the year, the group hooked up with producer Stephen Street for recording sessions in Brighton and West London.
New album 'The Modern Age' will be released on March 22nd, with Sleeper sharing lead single 'Look At You Now'.
It's vintage Sleeper but given a raw twist, sounding somewhere between those classic singles and younger groups such as Honeyblood.
Check it out below.
'The Modern Age' will be released on March 22nd.
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