The Lathums have launched new monitor ‘How Lovely Life Can Be’, which hears the Wigan band encourage followers to understand the easy issues.
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The uplifting slice of guitar pop is anchored by the considerate lyrics of frontman Alex Moore, who makes use of the monitor to spotlight the issues “that matter most“.
“Our saddest and loneliest moments can result in our happiest and most content material, as a result of we now have felt what it’s to be down there trying up,” mentioned Moore.
“It looks like now’s the time to understand the entire issues, massive and small, that we’ve missed probably the most.”
Their newest launch comes after the band launched a brand new dwell album that captured their historic efficiency at Might’s Sefton Park pilot occasion in its entirety.
The Wigan band joined the likes of Zuzu and Blossoms final month in performing to five,000 individuals on the Liverpool park as a part of authorities analysis into the protected return of dwell music.
The Lathums are additionally gearing up for his or her largest UK tour to this point later this yr and proceed work on their anticipated debut album.
Discussing what to anticipate from the upcoming album, the band instructed NME not too long ago: “I feel everybody’s gonna be very fortunately shocked with what comes out [on their debut album]. Not one of the tracks sound the identical – they’ve all acquired their very own tales to inform.
“Being a songwriter, I noticed them in my room simply as little concepts and buildings after which to really hear them come to life with the lads enjoying collectively, and producers James Skelly and Chris Taylor doing all of the magic. It brings them to life, and I feel everybody goes to buzz off them.”