Irish band The Thrills have named their second album, which is due to be released in Ireland on 10 September. 

Produced by Dave Sardy, 'Let's Bottle Bohemia' is the follow-up to their bestselling 2003 debut 'So Much For The City'.

According to NME.com, frontman Conor Deasy said: "If there's a theme, it's a year in the life of The Thrills, a strange year spent thinking about why you do what you do, what inspires you to do these things and where that comes from."

The first Irish single will be 'Whatever Happened To Corey Haim', for release on 27 August, while the ballad, 'Not for All the Love in the World', will be the first single in the US.

The Thrills were to play dates on this summer's Lollapalooza tour in the US but the travelling festival was cancelled.