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UB40 are nothing short of musical legends, enjoying a 35-year career whilst selling over 70 million records.

The band return with a new studio record on September 2nd and we have an exclusive chance to listen to the title track, Getting Over The Storm, which you can stream below.

A cover of a George Jones track - who sadly died earlier this year, making the tribute all the more fitting - it marks the band's second record with new vocalist Duncan Campbell, whose smoother tones compliment the band's sound just as well as his predecessor, Ali Campbell. The record includes several reggae covers of country songs - including this one - an unusual concept which actually makes a lot of musical sense. Listen below and see.

Getting Over The Storm is released September 2nd. Preorder the album from Amazon and iTunes

The band tour through September - dates and more information at the UB40 Website

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