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The first 2 singles were "Celestica" and "Baptism".Third single "Not in Love", featuring Robert Smith from The Cure, became the band's highest charting single to date.Their third album, (III), was released on November 12, 2012 and was the number 1 album of 2012 on Tumblr and also on Hype Machine.The album included 4 singles: "Plague", "Wrath of God", "Sad Eyes" and "Affection"."Courtship Dating" appears on the homonym album for Crystal Castles in 2008 Lyrics: How do I feel for thee Your smile brings disease Cuz we're young, fell in from the stars When your skin is shed Find a pile of your head Now then i'll look so smart Stove burns on my hand Show them do my friends Make you participate Eyes roll back around Limbs fall to the ground Seasoned to procreate The first to interfere Are culled before the deer When they wander into the cage Stuff their arms and thighs Then they roll their cardboard eyes Their skin will never age Stove burns on my hand Show them do my friends Make you participate Eyes roll back around Limbs fall to the ground Seasoned to procreate Crystal Castles perform "Baptism" Live At The NME Awards 2011 **PLEASE READ** **Copyright Statement** This video is not intended to infringe any copyright laws in any way.

In March 2012, Crystal Castles announced their relocation to Warsaw to begin recording their third album.

When questioned about his motives behind this, Kath responded with "To weed out the wimps, to annoy the posers. In April 2010, an early mix of the album leaked, prompting the label to release prior to the originally-planned date of June.

The album was moderately successful charting in the UK at number 48, the US at number 188 and number 25 in Australia.

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All Copyright to the NME & Channel 4 Pre-order Crystal Castles 'Amnesty (I)' on i Tunes: Discover more from Crystal Castles on Spotify: CC New album 'Amnesty (I)' also available to pre-order on: CD: Vinyl: Google Play: Amazon: HMV: Out 19th August via Fiction Records.

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