February 2, 2023

Singing the issues that may be so troublesome to say, The Lathums return with a brand new single, “Wrestle” the trustworthy and full-hearted opening monitor from their upcoming, second album, From Nothing To A Little Bit Extra. Placing the image of non-public fragility into the body of their advancing sonic capabilities and two-years-older, two-years-wiser grip on their band’s route, the monitor boosts the three-piece’s prowess as their era’s surging, profound songwriting power.

The one’s accompanying video strikes an autobiographical tone with singer and songwriter, Alex Moore delivering the tune’s deep and significant lyrics alongside visions of his former self, looking for the second when innocence pale and music arrived as salvation.

Now set for launch on Fri 3 March 2023 on Island Data, The Lathums’ follow-up to their vastly profitable, 2021 debut album How Lovely Life Can Be comes loaded with, within the phrases of humbly gifted frontman Moore himself, extra of the ‘unhappy and unusual’ that arrived cloaked in upbeat jangle pop and festival-sized choruses first time round.

Leaving a door ajar for listeners to see into the twin catalysts of trauma and hope which have at all times powered The Lathums’ kitchen-sink-meets-main-stage, serotonin-flooded storytelling, the band’s newest launch finds a spot naturally beside tracks already lifted from From Nothing To A Little Bit Extra, together with the hovering and visceral Unhappy Face Childthe growling euphoria of Say My Identify and piano-led, heartbreaker, Turmoil.

Reflecting on one other large leap into the sentiments that simmer under the floor, Moore says of writing Wrestle: “It’s about loss, somebody who has gone out of your life and has its roots in our early school days. Scott [Concepcion – guitars/piano] has a piano in his home and as much as that time I’d by no means had contact with the piano, however the extra we frolicked, the extra I performed round on it. That is the tune that got here out of me and it’s been troublesome to point out individuals up till now. It’s so private.”

Concepcion provides: “Alex most likely wasn’t prepared to complete it till the album classes. He got here into the studio and added a great deal of new verses. He’d discovered the best time.”

Watch the video for ‘Wrestle’ – BELOW:

In December the band introduced that they’d return briefly to their roots with a run of particular, extraordinarily intimate reside pub dates, beginning in Glasgow on Mon 6 February, rapidly following that thrilling information with particulars of two particular reveals, together with a matinee for youthful followers, at Wigan Curler Rink. All upcoming reside dates for the band, together with the beforehand introduced Spring 2023 Tour dates are as follows:

Sat 21 Jan – Wigan, Wigan Curler Rink inc. Matinee Present
Mon 6 Feb – Glasgow, McChuills
Tue 7 Feb- Middlesbrough, Hit The Bar
Thu 9 Feb- Wigan, Fats Chicken
Fri 10 Feb – Hull, Polar Bear
Sat 11 Feb- London, The Lexington
Mon 6 Mar – Liverpool, Mountford Corridor, Liverpool College – SOLD OUT
Tue 7 Mar – Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumbria College students Union
Thu 9 Mar – Sheffield, O2 Academy Sheffield
Fri 10 Mar – Glasgow, O2 Academy Glasgow
Sat 11 Mar – Manchester, Albert Corridor – SOLD OUT
Mon 13 Mar – Norwich, The Waterfront
Tue 14 Mar – Cardiff, Cardiff College, Nice Corridor
Thu 16 Mar – Nottingham, Rock Metropolis
Fri 17 Mar – Birmingham, O2 Institute Birmingham
Sat 18 Mar – London, Roundhouse

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The chance to join future bulletins in addition to reserving hyperlinks for any remaining tickets will be discovered on The Lathums Official web site at www.thelathums.com

 

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