Neu Pick: Happy Accidents get sugar-sweet on ‘Leaving Parties Early’

Happy Accidents get sugar-sweet on ‘Leaving Parties Early’

The band have also signed to Alcopop! Records for their debut album, out 1st July.

London via Southampton trio Happy Accidents have revealed details of their debut album ‘You Might Be Right’, and lead single ‘Leaving Parties Early’ is today’s Neu Pick.

‘You Might Be Right’ follows 2014’s ‘Not Yet Jaded’ EP, and comes with the news that the band have signed to Alcopop! Records for the album, to be released on 1st July.

‘Leaving Parties Early’ is a cut drenched in melody, recalling the likes of Martha and The Front Bottoms, and the infectious pop-rock seeping out of the UK’s DIY scene that the band are becoming a strong part of.

Happy Accidents are currently mid-way through a short European tour, playing Castricum in the Netherlands tonight (15th April). They play 2000 Trees Festival this summer.

Get optimistic with the video for ‘Leaving Parties Early’ below.

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