Listen: Låpsley shares ‘Cliff’ from debut album

Låpsley shares ‘Cliff’ from debut album

First work is out this Friday, 4th March.

Låpsley aka Holly Fletcher has shared ‘Cliff’, a stark standout from her debut album ‘Long Way Home’.

The Liverpool-born newcomer’s first work is out 4th March (that’s this Friday, people) on XL Recordings. It links up with ‘Hurt Me’, ‘Painter’, ‘Falling Short’ and ‘Station’ in previewing the first work, which comes backed by a UK & European tour starting this weekend.

According to Lappers, ‘Cliff’ “is a metaphor which represents the feeling of distance between two people and the gradual self destruction of an individual in a relationship.” Listen below upcoming dates on these shores.

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 Noire
30 London, Heaven

Photo: Matt Richardson / DIY


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