They credit producers John Feldmann (who has worked with the likes of The Used, Panic At The Disco and Good Charlotte) and Brandon Paddock for helping shape their sound, turning demos into polished songs.
Jack Fairbrother, guitarist, says: “I think it’s fairly simple to write music which is instantly infectious, and I also think it’s equally simple to write music so personal that it reads like a diary and feels deeply profound. The challenge, I think, is to create music with layers, music which both sonically and lyrically is instantly accessible and infectious, yet has a depth and narrative which speaks to people in new ways with each listen. That was the aim with this album.”
The band will begin a UK tour in March, dates after the jump...
March 19th - Louisiana - Bristol
March 20th - Corporation - Sheffield
March 21st - Red Rooms - Nottingham
March 22nd - O2 Academy 3 - Birmingham
March 24th - O2 Academy 2 - Newcastle
March 25th - King Tuts - Glasgow
March 26th - Deaf Institute - Manchester
March 27th - Cockpit 2 - Leeds
April 3rd - Borderline - London