Posted on: April 14, 2008 08:20 MST
Filed under: Pop, Electronic
Portishead will stream their forthcoming new album, 'Third', online a week before its official release date.
The album will be streamed on music website Last.fm from April 21.
The songs will be free to listen to online but people will have to pay to download the tracks, BBC Newsbeat reports.
This will be the first time Last.fm has made an entire album available to the public before its official release.
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