U.K. rock act Grand National's acclaimed 2004 debut, "Kicking the National Habit," will finally see North American release Feb. 21 via Recall Records, which issued the album in France last year.

U.K. rock act Grand National's acclaimed 2004 debut, "Kicking the National Habit," will finally see North American release Feb. 21 via Recall Records, which issued the album in France last year.

The new edition will feature seven additional tracks, including two remixes of "Playing in the Distance," the B-sides "Your Rules Obey," "Strange Magnificent Noise," "Sixty Seven Up" and "Rabbits Fact" plus Sasha's mix of "Talk Amongst Yourselves," which first appeared on his 2004 mix set "Involver."

Also gracing the disc will be a video for "Drink To Moving On" directed by Ramon & Pedro (Danger Mouse, Sage Francis, Feist).

Having played its first North American shows in June, Grand National plans to return for live dates in the region sometime next year.