Lonely The Brave have released two new singles from their forthcoming ‘What We Do To Feel’ album.
‘Victim’ is a brilliantly moody new tune, which vocalist Jack Bennett has said is for “those times when you feel like the world is against you.”
‘The Bear’, meanwhile, is a more pared-back offering that builds into an emotive climax, and which guitarist Mark Trotter has explained:
“Alludes to discussion around the anxiety and fear associated with potential loss of a loved one, and the release of *that* emotion when that comes good.”
Both singles follow the release of ‘What We Do To Feel’ lead single ‘The Lens’, which arrived last month.
‘What We Do To Feel’ arrives November 10 via Easy Life – you can pre-order the album here.
Describing the record more broadly, Trotter has added:
“You can plan it out as much as you want, but you’re just along for the ride. That’s the most exciting part, seeing what it decided to be.
“With this album, we’re certainly more mature as people and as a band. That makes sense with everything that has happened since our last one.”
Lonely The Brave have also announced a run of headline tour dates for Feb 2024, with support to come from Tom A Smith.
See the full dates below and visit the band’s site for more details and to buy tickets.
Wed 7 Feb – Chalk, Brighton, UK
Thu 8 Feb – The Fleece, Bristol, UK
Fri 9 Feb – The Globe, Cardiff, UK
Sat 10 Feb – Garage, London, UK
Wed 14 Feb – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK
Thu 15 Feb – SWG3, Glasgow, UK
Fri 16 Feb – Gorilla, Manchester, UK
Sat 17 Feb – Cluny, Newcastle, UK
Thus 29 Feb – J2, Cambridge, UK