Scissor Sisters surprise fans with new LP

Scissor Sisters
Scissor Sisters' lead singer Jake Shears

Scissor Sisters have announced details of their forthcoming third album in an unexpected message on their website.

The New York band have confirmed that the follow-up to 2004's Ta-Dah will be called Night Work and will be released on 28 June, after new single Fire With Fire on 20 June.

The band, who formed in 2001, had the best selling album of 2004 in the UK with their self-titled debut.

In a statement lead singer Jake Shears said: "Night Work is really us boiled down to who we are. It feels quintessentially us."

They're also streaming a clip of a brand new track called Invisible Light.

The full length album was recorded across three locations including London, The Bahamas and in New York with Madonna producer Stuart Price.

Jake Shears and co won three Brit Awards in 2005 including best international group, international breakthrough and international album.

Their last album Ta-Dah was the third biggest selling album of 2006 and produced the UK number one I Don't Feel Like Dancin'.