GLASGOW veterans Simple Minds are to be joined in a double bill on their Grandslam Tour by fellow Scot KT Tunstall at Leeds Millennium Square on August 11.

This open-air concert will follow the February 2 release of Jim Kerr and co's new studio album, Walk Between Worlds, on BMG on standard and deluxe CD, standard, deluxe and picture disc vinyl, digital download and stream.

Already out is the single Magic, a song of faith, especially the faith the band possessed in their own abilities during their formative years. The accompanying 3D-animation video is directed by the Argentinian Esteban Diacono, who used motion capture to record several stages of a dancer interpreting the song in various ways.

Magic will be followed tomorrow by The Signal And The Noise, a single that revisits the glassy guitars and new wave grooves of the post-punk era, a period when Simple Minds came to cult prominence.

Both songs feature on Walk Between Worlds, an album of two distinct sides produced by Simple Minds with Andy Wright and Gavin Goldberg, who worked on the Scots' previous album Big Music. The songs move from old-school Simple Minds anthems and a re-visit of new wave roots to more cinematic sounds, with the title track and Barrowland Star both featuring dramatic orchestrations recorded at Abbey Road.

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