THE WILDHEARTS To Give Away Previously Unreleased Song

Long-running U.K. rockers THE WILDHEARTS will give away a brand new, previously unreleased track as a Christmas "thank-you" to all of the band's fans. The song "Borderline" will be made available on Christmas Eve on the group's MySpace and Facebook pages to download for free.

THE WILDHEARTS is currently writing and demoing tracks for the band's new studio album, due out in 2009.

THE WILDHEARTS played the last concert to celebrate the 15-year anniversary of the release of the "Earth Vs The Wildhearts" album on November 2, 2008 at The Mercury Lounge in New York City. The show featured "Earth Vs..." performed live in its entirety along with all of the B-sides from that era. Other "Earth Vs The Wildhearts" anniversary concerts took place on September 19, 2008 at Tavastia in Helsinki, Finland and on September 20, 2008 at Shepherds Bush Empire in London.

Fan-filmed video footage of the New York City show on November 2, 2008 can be viewed below.


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