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Listen: The Used First Single ‘I Come Alive’ From New Album ‘Vulnerable’

Written by Brayden Darke on January 6, 2012

The Used have shown off the first single from their forthcoming album Vulnerable, to be released via their own label imprint, after recent split with previous label Warner.

American radio station KROQ has put the track up for streaming online, you can listen to it here.

The album should be released in Australia and New Zealand in March, and they’ll be out here touring on the Soundwave 2012 line-up next month.

Soundwave 2012 Dates

Saturday 25th February – Brisbane
Sunday 26th February – Sydney
Friday 2nd February – Melbourne
Saturday 3rd March – Adelaide
Monday 5th March – Perth

The Used Sideshows

Monday 27 February – Eaton Hills Hotel, Brisbane (Licensed All Ages)
Tuesday 28 February – UNSW Roundhouse, Sydney (Licensed All Ages)

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