U.K. rock outfit Grand National will return this summer with its second album, "A Drink and a Quick Decision." The follow-up to 2005's "Drink To Moving On" will be released digitally June 11 via Recal

U.K. rock outfit Grand National will return this summer with its second album, "A Drink and a Quick Decision." The follow-up to 2005's "Drink To Moving On" will be released digitally June 11 via Recall and in September in physical form.

Like its predecessor, the 13-track set is full of synth- and piano-dappled rock songs influenced by mid-period Police and early '90s Britpop. Highlights include the hooky "Weird Ideas at Work," the six-minute-plus groover "Tongue," the reggae homage "Going To Switch the Lights On" and "By the Time I Get Home There Won't Be Much of a Place for Me," which boasts a Bee Gees-worthy synth melody.

The group, which has played only a handful of U.S. shows to date, is expected to tour the country later this year.

Here is the track list for "A Drink and a Quick Decision":

"Reason To Hide In"
"Weird Ideas at Work"
"Animal Sounds"
"New Space To Throw"
"Cut by the Brakes"
"Tongue"
"Going To Switch the Lights On"
"By the Time I Get Home There Won't Be Much of a Place for Me"
"Joker and Clown"
"Close Approximation"
"Pieces Pieces"
"Pack All the Things You Need"
"Part of a Corner"