Thursday, January 11, 2018
The follow-up to 2016's Hold/Still is set to be released on 2nd March through Secretly Canadian. Pre-order your copy here.
The band have also shared the video for the album's lead single "Watch You, Watch Me" (directed by RUFFMERCY). Speaking of the track, drummer Liam O’Neill said: “It was different and exciting. In the past, there was a more concerted effort on my part to drum in a controlled and genre-specific way. Self-consciously approaching things stylistically. Us doing it ourselves, that process was like a very receptive, limitless workshop to just try out ideas”.
Check out the album's tracklist and the video for "Watch You, Watch Me" below.
01. Look No Further
03. Watch You, Watch Me
05. After the Fall
06. Make It Real
09. Peace and Love
The song is taken from the band's upcoming sophomore album "Data", which will be out on February 23rd through Frenchkiss Records. Pre-order your copy here.
Stream it below.
02. People to Go (feat. Jorge Socarras)
03. Keep Walking Away
04. Into Me
09. Head First
10. Burning Out
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The song has been added to our current playlist and is taken from their upcoming new LP 'More Disco Songs About Love', which will be out on January 19th via Innovative Leisure. Pre-order your copy here.
The video was directed by Zack Bernstein. Watch it below.
The song has been added to our current playlist and is taken from their forthcoming new album 'The Official Body', set to arrive on January 19 via FatCat Records. Pre-order it here.
The video was directed by Jack Barraclough and Andrew Milk. Check out below.
The song is taken from their debut album 'FM-2030', which came out in October last year via Captured Tracks. Grab your copy here.
The video was directed by Costa Gountanis. Check out below.
The follow-up to their 2016's debut Waiting For The World To Turn, will be out on May 4 via Tambourhinoceros. Pre-order your copy here.
Arriving in adulthood is a bitter-sweet experience. Abandoned childhood fascinations make way for tough life lessons. But also the hope and potential that comes with taking charge – of both your life and other’s. These are the central themes in Nowadays
The band have also shared the album's first single “Take Shelter”, a choral death ballad about confronting grief and coping with loss.
Lead singer Carl Coleman tells about “Take Shelter”:
“It started with that beat and Caspar’s piano riff which felt kinda urban and like a place we hadn’t really explored yet. Then that droney vocal melody just kinda popped straight into my head. I felt the urgency immediately and knew it was a keeper. Some songs are like pulling teeth but this one was like a light-bulb moment.”
Check out the tracklist and listen to “Take Shelter” below.
02. Take Shelter
03. Pursuit Of
04. The Ballroom
07. Come Back (Left Behind)
08. The Accident
10. Acting Like Lovers