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Push Yourself" is reminiscent of the disco-rock direction of Two Door Cinema Club and Franz Ferdinand. evokes the sound of Doves, and describes a woman who enjoys the idea of love than the person she is with. In December 2012, the band played another one-off show in Manchester, this time at the Manchester Arena, with support from the View, and at XFM's Winter Wonderland radio festival. Due to inventory and accounting purposes, we do not exchange items received for different items than originally purchased. After frontman Liam Fray broke his ankle, he re-listened to the material they had up to that point and felt they could be improved on.

Four days later, the artwork was revealed, showing a woman in front of cooling towers, wearing sunglasses with a reflection of a horse in them.Fray intentionally wanted to work with someone within the members' age range; he met Cross while at a party, who inquired about what new material the band had.

It evolved out of "Gin on Friday", a song that dated back from the period of their 2007 debut single "Cavorting"; while "Gin on Friday" revolved about being in one's late teens, "Here Come the Young Men" saw the band "looking back over those years, but also saying that we’re not finished yet".

Islington Gazette 's Stephen Moore commented that the "sluggish feel to much of the LP that drowns out, or at least distracts from, what was once a key strength". Two years later we made the move to our present address, 35 The Headrow, where we have remained ever since. was released as the album's third single on 6 December 2013; the seven-inch vinyl edition featured a remix of "Are You in Love with a Notion? The song was released as the album's second single on 6 May 2013; the seven-inch vinyl edition featured a live version of "Last of the Ladies" as its B-side, while the digital download version included "Let Down Your Guard" and a remix of "Van Der Graaff".

Discussing "The Sharks Are Circling", Fray said over time the guest list for their shows would get "longer, you recognise less and less people, and I just started to put my foot down. PopMatters contributor Ben Olson saw Anna as being "every bit as infectious as their impressive debut, but it is bigger, glossier, and clearly intended to be played in massive, sold out stadiums". On 8 November 2012, Anna was announced for release in three months' time; alongside this, the album's track listing was posted online. In June and July 2011, the band performed at Delamere Forest, in addition to playing at the Haigh Live and Isle of Wight Festivals.

They spent the rest of the year working on their new album at a studio in Manchester, with the intent on releasing it early in the following year.

Marquee" is a violin-driven song that lacks drums, while "Money" is a glam rock and space rock track, styled after the work of Muse and Kings of Leon. Jamie Carson of Clash said it was "full of uninspired and recycled riffs starkly illuminated by the God awful woe-is-me-I’m-northern lyrics". Fray described the final artwork as attempting to "convey that kind of elegance but a bit more industrial".This period of time allowed him to re-listen to the songs they had up to that point, which he felt could be improved upon. They played a few shows in 2011, spending most of the year working on their next album, debuting some new songs in the process. The touring cycle for the album concluded by December 2010; frontman Liam Fray said the band would take a brief break before starting to work on their next album. It peaked at number six in the UK Albums Chart; out of its three singles, "You Overdid It Doll" reached the highest at number 24 in the United Kingdom.

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