Listen: Trust Fund stream new album ‘Seems Unfair’

Trust Fund stream new album ‘Seems Unfair’

It’s the follow-up to February’s ‘No-one’s coming for us’.

Trust Fund are releasing their second LP in a year on Friday (30th October), and ‘Seems Unfair’ is streaming in full in advance of the release.

The album follows Ellis Jones’ debut ‘No-one’s coming for us’, released back in February, and was previewed by the tracks ‘Dreams’, ‘Big Asda’ and ‘Football’.

The band just finished a run of UK and European shows with Speedy Ortiz, and are to continue touring until the end of the year, with a UK headline run approaching. Ellis is also set to play a solo set at Rise record shop in Bristol to celebrate the album’s release on Friday.

Stream ‘Seems Unfair’ and view the headline tour dates below.

NOVEMBER

04 London, Lexington
05 Nottingham, JT Soar
06 York, The Fulford Arms
07 Newcastle, Central Bar
12 Leicester, Duffy’s Bar
13 Wakefield, The Hop
14 Guildford, The Boileroom

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