Duran Duran To Return With First Album In Three Years

British pop band's latest will be called Pop Trash.

Eighties popsters Duran Duran will return with Pop Trash, their first album since 1997's Medazzaland, on June 6.

The LP's first single is the ballad "Someone Else Not Me," for which the band will shoot a video this week in Los Angeles. A Spanish version of the song is also in the works, and the group is considering recording the number in French, according to Duran Duran's KSA publicist.

Additional songs on the album include "Mars Meets Venus," "Lava Lamp," "Starting to Remember" and "Pop Trash Movie."

The group's lineup features singer Simon Le Bon, keyboardist Nick Rhodes and former Missing Persons guitarist Warren Cuccurullo. Guitarist John Taylor left in 1996 to pursue a solo career.

Formed in Birmingham, England, in 1978, Duran Duran broke in the U.S. five years later with such singles as "Hungry Like the Wolf" (RealAudio excerpt) and "Rio."