Friday 20 September 2019

Amber Run - What Could Be as Lonely as Love

Shaping up to be what's quite possibly their most diverse effort so far in their lustrous career, Amber Run have today unveiled 'What Could Be as Lonely as Love', taken from their hotly anticipated new album 'Philophobia'. Exploring the motions many people go through when they don't feel worthy of love, the band conjure up some interesting melodies and funky basslines along the way, all neatly weaved together by its all-round sense of euphoria. Speaking about the track, singer Joe Keogh explains “Unconsciously, over the course of our three records, it feels like we’ve started to soundtrack the more difficult moments in people’s lives. With this song, we wanted to juxtapose the sentiment of not feeling worthy of love with a more optimistic soundtrack, in order to gain some perspective when you’re too deep in the situation to see clarity. We wanted both sides of the coin.” Take a listen for yourselves below.

20: Botanique Orangerie, Brussels
21: La Maroquinerie, Paris
23: Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld
24: Lido, Berlin
25: MusikZentrum, Hanover
4: O2 Ritz, Manchester
5: Rock City, Nottingham
6: O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
8: Wylam Brewery, Newcastle
9: SWG3 TV Studio, Glasgow
11: Y Plas, Cardiff
12: SWX, Bristol
13: MK11, Milton Keynes
14: Junction, Cambridge
16: Lemon Grove, Exeter
17: The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
18: O2 Academy, Oxford
19: The Roundhouse, London
25: Trees, Dallas
26: The Parish, Austin
27: White Oak Music Hall, Houston
29: Masquerade, Atlanta
31: Black Cat, Washington D.C.
1: The Foundry, Philadelphia
2: Warsaw, Brooklyn
5: The Opera House, Toronto
6: Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland
7: Lincoln Hall, Chicago
8: Colectivo Coffee, Milwaukee
9: First Avenue, Minneapolis
12: Bluebird Theatre, Denver
13: The Complex, Salt Lake City
15: Great American Music Hall, San Francisco
16: Echoplex, Los Angeles

Tickets can be found here;


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