THE band formally known as New Young Pony Club return later this year with a third album.
Newly named NYPC's eponymous album is out on October 7th and will be preceded in mid-August by the single Hard Knocks.
NYPC represents something of a rebirth for singer Tahita Bulmer and multi-instrumentalist Andy Spence.
The pair decided to shut everyone and everything else out and holed up in a London studio to record and self-produce the album.
Talking about their decision to be a duo Andy said: "It feels like a new band in a way, but Ty and I had been writing for at least a year or more before anyone else had ever entered the frame.
"The majority of [debut album] Fantastic Playroom had already been written and recorded with just us. So it feels like we've just come back to the honest position where we're started."
NYPC will be playing a number of free shows throughout July and into August to promote the album, including dates in Bristol, Reading, Nottingham, Manchester and London in the UK.
Visit www.wearenypc.com for more details and you can also download the single Hard Knocks there.