JAWS have offered up another taste of their forthcoming new album in the form of ‘FEAR’.
Taken from their third album ‘The Ceiling’ - which is due out on 5th April - the Birmingham-based trio have already offered up previous tracks ‘Driving At Night’ and ‘Do You Remember’, and have now shared a third track from the record.
Speaking of the track itself, the band’s Conor Schofield has said: “‘FEAR’ really pushed us out of our comfort zone in the best way possible. It was sort of the wake up call that we could take this record in any direction we want and still be confident with it. I think it might be my favourite song that we’ve ever put together, not only musically but for how it opened the door to write the rest of the record. The song is about fight or flight, trying to live via love rather than fear.”
The band also have a short UK tour scheduled for April - check out the tour dates below and listen to the ‘FEAR’ at the bottom of the article.
23 Glasgow, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
25 London, Electric Ballroom
26 Manchester, O2 Ritz
27 Birmingham, O2 Institute
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