Friday, May 21, 2021

Low Hummer Announce Debut LP 'Modern Tricks For Living', Stream "The People, This Place"

Hull post punk/alt band Low Hummer have announced the release of their highly-anticipated debut album 'Modern Tricks For Living'.

The 10-track album was recorded with producer Matt Peel at The Nave studio and will be out on September 17th via Dance To The Radio, featuring their excellent new single "The People, This Place". Pre-order your copy here.

Low Hummer write about their life in deepest darkest East Yorkshire and their place in a world of consumerism and bad news stories sold as gospel. Daniel, Aimee, Steph, Jack, John and Joe came together from the far corners of the city’s tight knit DIY community, established a regular rehearsal home in iconic DIY venue The New Adelphi Club and set about honing their righteous, danceable garage rock before announcing themselves in late 2019 and introducing the world to Low Hummer - this band of misfits from a town left behind.

Fropm the band : "Written and recorded over what has been possibly the strangest year of our lives, we’ve realised more and more how grateful we are for the opportunity to record a bloody album with our best mates. We just hope it’s better than our Banana Bread."

"Our album of isolation during such overwhelming times. The record captures how us bunch of misfits have felt isolated from popular culture, isolated from love, and how we all have been getting through physical isolation! ‘Modern Tricks for Living’ does not provide any kind of wisdom for navigating through modern society, but maybe just shows how a bunch of strangers from Hull get by. ‘The People This Place’ was the final piece we needed to make ‘Modern Tricks For Living’ complete so it feels like the person song to launch the album with."

Check out the album's tracklist and listen to "The People, This Place" below.

Modern Tricks For Living Tracklist:
01. Take Arms
02. Don't You Ever Sleep
03. I Choose Live News
05. Sometimes I Wish (I Was a Different Person)
06. The Real Thing
07. Human Behaviour
08. I Tell You What
09. Commercials
10. The People, This Place


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