Låpsley announces debut album ‘Long Way Home’, shares ‘Love Is Blind’

Låpsley announces debut album ‘Long Way Home’, shares ‘Love Is Blind’

XL debut is due out 4th March.

Låpsley has announced details for her debut album, ‘Long Way Home’. Due out 4th March on XL Recordings, the 19-year-old newcomer’s first work arrives after the five star-rated 2015 EP ‘Understudy’ and last summer’s ‘Hurt Me’ single.

The full-length includes ‘Hurt Me’, plus early tracks track ‘Station’ and ‘Painter’. There’s also ‘Love is Blind’, a brand new, all-absorbing cut that debuted on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show as a Hottest Record last night.

Holly Fletcher worked with XL’s in-house producer Rodaidh McDonald, with additional production from Paul O’ Duffy and BBC Sound of 2016 longlister Mura Masa, for the record’s title-track.

Tracklist:

1. Heartless
2. Hurt Me
3. Falling Short
4. Cliff
5. Operator (He Doesn’t Call Me)
6. Painter
7. Tell Me The Truth
8. Station
9. Love Is Blind
10. Silverlake
11. Leap
12. Seven Months

Låpsley has also announced details for UK & European dates - see below.

MARCH
05 Manchester, Academy 2
06 Bristol, Trinity
09 Birmingham, Institute 3
10 Brighton, The Haunt
21 Cologne, Gebaude 9
22 Berlin, PBHF Club
24 Hamburg, Nochtspeicher
28 Amsterdam, Bitterzoet
29 Paris, La Boule Noir
30 London, Heaven

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