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Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! Announce Details For ‘Pardon My French’

Written by Kiel Egging on March 14, 2013

French pop-punk stalwarts Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! have announced the release date for their latest record Pardon My French in a new video shot in Australia, dropping the artwork for the album in the process.

Pardon My French, the band’s second album and follow-up to their cracking 2010 debut, Something For Nothing, is now scheduled for release internationally on 30th April.

To mark the upcoming release of the record, the guys have done a video to give us all the details, which they filmed in their hotel room in Australia while they were out here for Soundwave. There’s a bit of footage of them playing live at the festival in the video as well, as well as a bit of intraband man-on-man action (no Frenching) – check it out below.

The band recently visited our shores as part of Soundwave 2013 and are about to embark on a US tour supporting A Day To Remember and Of Mice And Men.

Watch: Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! – Pardon My French announcement

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Pardon My French track list:

Restart
Hater’s Gonna Hate
Pardon My French
Between Your Lines
The Progression of Regression
Bipolar Mind
Reasons to Turn Back
Taking Chances
I Am Nothing Like You
Miles & Decibels
So Close and Yet So Far
The Best Is Yet to Come

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