After sharing first track ‘Fall Apart’ back in July, Pumarosa are back with another teaser of their ominously-titled new record ‘Devastation’. Shared today, newbie ‘Heaven’ is described by the group as “a love song. It’s sadness and longing. When you don’t want it to end. In a weightless place, suspended out of time. I guess that’s just where you find yourself sometimes. And all you want is for the love to stay. Don’t go! I guess ‘Heaven’ has this celestial feel to it though, I can see outer space when I sing it and hear the music. Colours and points of light in endless darkness. Aching!”
It’s the second track to be showcased from their forthcoming sophomore record - the follow up to 2017’s ‘The Witch’ - and is set for release on November 1st. To celebrate the new album, the group will also be heading out on a Winter tour!
Check out the dates - and the new song - below!
18 Newcastle || Cluny
19 Glasgow || St. Lukes
20 Birmingham || Castle & Falcon
21 Manchester || Academy 3
22 Leeds || Brudenell Social Club
25 Bristol || Thekla
26 Brighton || Patterns
27 London || EartH
29 Dublin || Workman’s Club
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