Listen Whenyoung announce new EP ‘Given Up’ 

Whenyoung announce new EP ‘Given Up’

They’ve also shared the EP’s title track.

Following on from their recent single ‘Heaven On Earth’ and their cover of The Cranberries ‘Dreams’, Whenyoung have announced the release of a new EP, called ‘Given Up’, as well as releasing the title-track from the record.

Speaking about the track, the band said: “‘Given Up’ was written after a series of late nights and self-inflicted misdirection. The central message is to take your life by the reins and create your own future.”

The full EP is due out on the 9th November and you can listen to the track below. 

It’s a busy rest of the year for the band live-wise as well, as they head out on their own UK and European tour dates, as well as supporting The Vaccines on their European tour in October and Blossoms on their UK tour in December. See the full dates below. 

SEPTEMBER
21 Hamburg, Reeperbahn Festival (Molotow) 
26 Leeds, The Key Club 
27 Liverpool, The Shipping Forecast 
28 Newcastle, Think Tank?
29 Glasgow, Tenement Trail Festival

OCTOBER
3 Guildford, The Boiler Room
4 Reading, The Purple Turtle 
5 Leicester, The Cookie
6 Manchester, Neighbourhood Festival
10 Brighton, Komedia Studio
11 London, Boston Music Rooms
12 Coventry, Kasbah 
20 Belgium, Ancienne Belgique (Supporting The Vaccines)
21 Cologne, Luxor (Supporting The Vaccines)
22 Hamburg, Gruenspan (Supporting The Vaccines)
24 Paris, Alhambra (Supporting The Vaccines)
25 Amsterdam, Melkweg (Supporting The Vaccines)
26 Berlin, Festaal Kreuzberg (Supporting The Vaccines)
28 Copenhagen, Vega Small Hall (Supporting The Vaccines)
29 Gothenburg, Pustervik (Supporting The Vaccines)
30 Stockholm, Nalen (Supporting The Vaccines)
31 Southampton, Heartbreakers

NOVEMBER
2 Dublin, The Workman’s Club
3rd Limerick, Dolan’s
4 Cork, Cyprus Avenue

DECEMBER
4 Sheffield, O2 Academy 1 (Supporting Blossoms)
5 Nottingham, Rock City (Supporting Blossoms)
7 Birmingham, O2 Academy 1 (Supporting Blossoms)
8 Manchester, Victoria Warehouse (Supporting Blossoms)
9 Manchester, Victoria Warehouse (Supporting Blossoms)
11 Southampton, O2 Guildhall (Supporting Blossoms)
12 Bristol, O2 Academy 1 (Supporting Blossoms)

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