Bob Vylan Announce New Album ‘Humble As The Sun’

Bob Vylan have announced a brand-new album, ‘Humble As The Sun’.

Image credit: Ki Price

The MOBO Award-winning duo will be releasing their new project on April 05.

It will mark the follow-up to their highly acclaimed ‘Bob Vylan Presents the Price of Life’ LP, which arrived in April last year.

Today’s news has been marked by the release of the brilliantly observational new track ‘He’s A Man’, which follows their recent motivational ‘Dream Big’ single.

Have a listen to ‘He’s A Man’ via its equally astute video that you can watch below.

Discussing the new record, and some of the themes which are evident in their latest single, Bob Vylan have explained:

“This album is for the underdogs, the ones who come out swinging and those who refuse to be defeated in the face of injustice, and aims to remind listeners that anger is a fire that can be harnessed and put to use. 

“The album creation started from a conversation with the sun, which is, after all, a big ball of fire that sustains life.

“From masculinity to myths about the G Spot, the themes and topics explored on ‘Humble As The Sun’ make for an often humorously empowering celebration of the people’s ability to endure, overcome and bring about change.”

The record is set to build on the pair’s intoxicating blend of punk, drum n’ bass, grime, rock and more, with even more layered lyrics.

Check out the full ‘Humble As The Sun’ track-listing below and album artwork below.

1. Humble As The Sun
2. Reign
3. GYAG (Get Yourself A Gun)
4. Dream Big
5. Hunger Games
6. Right Here
7. Makes Me Violent
8. He’s A Man
9. Ring The Alarm
10. Still Here

News of their forthcoming album arrives just ahead of the band’s UK tour throughout next month, which will feature Kid Bookie and Panic Shack as special guests, and Meryl Streek for dates in Ireland.

Check out the full dates below and visit the band’s site for more information and to buy tickets.

8th November 2023 – Limelight 2, Belfast

9th November 2023 – Whelan’s, Dublin

12th November 2023 – Junction 1, Cambridge

13th November 2023 – Stylus, Leeds

14th November 2023 – Garage, Glasgow

16th November 2023 – Boiler Shop, Newcastle

17th November 2023 – O2 Ritz, Manchester

18th November 2023 – O2 Institute, Birmingham

20th November 2023 – Rock City, Newcastle

21st November 2023 – SWX, Bristol

22nd November 2023 – Engine Rooms, Southampton

24th November 2023 – Chalk, Brighton 

25th November 2023 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

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