Listen The Japanese House announces debut album ‘Good At Falling’ with ‘Follow My Girl’

The Japanese House announces debut album ‘Good At Falling’ with ‘Follow My Girl’

The long-awaited record will come out next March via Dirty Hit.

The Japanese House has revealed details of her debut album! After making her comeback with new single ‘Lilo’ back in September, Amber Bain has now shared a second new track and full details of her first full-length.

‘Good At Falling’ will come out on 1st March via Dirty Hit, and is being previewed by new single ‘Follow My Girl’.

The album was produced by Amber herself, alongside BJ Burton (Low, Bon Iver, Francis and the Lights) and The 1975’s George Daniel, and ‘Follow My Girl’, she says, is a song about “trying to find myself a sense of direction”.

We speak to The Japanese House in the new issue of DIY about the debut record and the turmoil and upheaval that inspired it. “I’m more of a behind-the-scenes songwriter and producer, but I’ve learnt how to become [a performer],” she told us. “I’m glad I waited this long because I don’t think I’d have been able to make the same album two years ago. I think it’s important to not rush things and find exactly what kind of music you want to make.”

Read the full interview here. Listen to ‘Follow My Girl’, view the tracklisting for ‘Good At Falling’ and view The Japanese House’s upcoming UK/EU tour dates below.

01 went to meet her (intro)
02 Maybe You’re the Reason
03 We Talk all the Time
04 Wild
05 You Seemed so Happy
06 Follow My Girl
07 somethingfartoogoodtofeel
08 Lilo
09 Everybody Hates Me
10 Marika Is Sleeping
11 Worms
12 f a r a w a y
13 i saw you in a dream

The Japanese House announces debut album ‘Good At Falling’ with ‘Follow My Girl’

18 Glasgow, St Lukes
19 Newcastle, O2 Academy Newcastle
21 London, Scala
22 Bristol, Thekla
23 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
24 Birmingham, O2 Institute
25 Manchester, Gorilla

20 Oslo, John Dee
22 Stockholm, Nalen Klubb
23 Copenhagen, Vega
25 Paris, Olympic Cafe
26 Utrecht, EKKO
28 Antwerp, TRIX
30 Cologne, Artheater

01 Hamburg, Nochtspeicher
02 Berlin, Kantine am Berghain
04 Vienna, Fluc
06 Milan, Circolo Magnolia
07 Zurich, Papiersaal

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