GUANO APES: 'Quietly' Single To Include Brand-New Material

Germany's GUANO APES will release a new single, "Quietly", on July 21. The digipak version of the single will include two brand-new songs which were exclusively recorded for the new release, according to the group's official web site. A video clip has already been shot and is currently being edited.

"Quietly" comes off GUANO APES' latest album, "Walking On A Thin Line", which entered the German Media Control charts at No. 1 upon its release in early February. The band's previous CD, "Don't Give Me Names", achieved the same feat three years ago. The band have yet to secure a U.S. release for the new album.

Upcoming GUANO APES tour dates:

Jul. 04 – Wiesen, AUT - Forestglade Festival
Jul. 05 – Imst, AUT - Forestglade West Festival
Jul. 12 – Joensuu, FIN - Ilosaarirock Festival
Jul. 25 – Cádiz, SPA - Esparrago Festival
Jul. 26 – St. Vith, BEL - Alive Festival
Aug. 08 – Zofingen, SWI - Heitere Open Air
Aug. 30 – Biddinghuizen, NETH – Lowlands


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