Haley Bonar announces new album 'Impossible Dream' and shares new track 'I Can Change'
Haley Bonar has just announced that her new album 'Impossible Dream' will be released on 5 August and has just shared the first single off the album 'I Can Change' via Stereogum. Check it out below:
'Impossible Dream' is the follow up to 2014's brilliant 'Last War'. Haley says of Impossible Dream:
“Everybody wants a story. Something to sell. I’m here to tell you that there isn’t one with this album, at least in the traditional sense, but ten. I could sit here and tell you that some of the songs are about growing up in the Black Hills. Some of the songs are about my parents. Some of the songs are about homosexuality. Some of the songs are about loss of youth, teenage parenthood, the lines of social disorder for women, or the terror of jealousy and suspicion. But what I write is borne of my own set of memories and ideas, and once they are released into the world, they do not belong to me anymore.”
Haley has also announced some UK dates for October. Tickets on sale this Friday:
Oct 21 Brighton, Green Door Store TICKETS
Oct 22 Gateshead, The Sage (with Field Music) TICKETS
Oct 23 Glasgow, The Hug & Pint TICKETS
Oct 24 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club TICKETS
Oct 27 London, Moth Club TICKETS
Oct 28 Bristol, The Louisiana TICKETS
Oct 29 Manchester, The Ritz with Field Music TICKETS
Weaves share new single 'Candy' and announce European tour
Toronto four-piece Weaves have shared their new single Candy. The raucous, gnarly affair is the latest offering taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut album out June 17th.
Alongside the single, Weaves have announced a huge summer tour across the UK and Europe, taking in Latitude and End of the Road festivals, dates with Beach Slang and much more. Visit the live section for full details.
Field Music have just shared a video for recent single 'Disappointed' (taken from their top 40 album Commontime). "We filmed these bullet time sequences on a freezing January day in the sports hall of the Sans Street Youth and Community Centre (thanks to them!), which is in the East End of Sunderland," says director Andy Martin. "Pete and Dave (Brewis) used to play football there when they were younger, and I think their Mum used to work there.” Check it out below: