CULT OF LUNA: Free U.K. 7-Inch Single To Include Exclusive Tracks

U.K.-based fans of Sweden's CULT OF LUNA are being offered a special treat when they rush out to purchase the band¹s fourth sonic outing "Somehere along the Highway" on Monday, April 24. At participating Indie stores across the U.K., anyone who snaps up "Somehere along the Highway" on any format will take home a free exclusive seven-inch single by CULT OF LUNA containing two unreleased tracks which are unavailable anywhere else. Limited to 1,000 copies, the single will include covers of the SMASHING PUMPKINS' "Bodies" and UNBROKEN's "Recluse".

The offer is available while stocks last from participating indie stores.

"Somehere along the Highway" will be made available in the following formats: digipak CD, regular CD, and limited edition 2 x 12" vinyl LP.

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