Watch Bambara share ‘Sing Me to the Street’, announce 2020 tour

Bambara share ‘Sing Me to the Street’, announce 2020 tour

It’s the second cut from their upcoming new album ‘Stray’.

Brooklyn-based babes Bambara (try saying that three times) are back with yet another melancholic gem.

The second track to be lifted from their forthcoming new album ‘Stray’, due out on Wharf Cat Records on 14th February, newbie ‘Sing Me to the Street’ is a sizzling dark number.

‘“Sing me to the Street’ is about loneliness, isolation, and the dreamy allure of chaos,” they explain. “The song follows an unnamed character wandering the streets of a vast city that feels both alive and abandoned, as he attempts to silence the persistent song of oblivion singing in his head.”

Taken from new record ‘Stray’, take a look at the whole tracklist below:

‘Stray’ Tracklist

1. Miracle

2. Heat Lightning

3. Sing Me To The Street

4. Serafina

5. Death Croons

6. Stay Cruel

7. Ben & Lily

8. Made For Me

9. Sweat

10. Machete

See Bambara live at the following dates:

MAY

05 - Sneaky Pete's - Edinburgh, UK

06 - Stereo - Glasgow, UK

07 - The Cluny - Newcastle, UK

08 - Brudenell Social Club - Leeds, UK

09 - The Sound House - Dublin, UK

11 - Yes (Pink Room) - Manchester, UK

12 - The Exchange - Bristol, UK

13 - Clwb Ifor Bach - Cardiff, UK

15 - The Bullingdon - Oxford, UK

16 - Bodega Social Club - Nottingham, UK

18 - Portland Arms - Cambridge, UK

19 - Hare and Hounds - Birmingham, UK

20 - The Dome - London, UK

21 - De Zwerver - Leffinge, Belgium

23 - London Calling Festival - Amsterdam, Netherlands

25 - Bumann & Sohn - Cologne, Germany

26 - Molotow Musikclub - Hamburg, Germany

27 - Urban Spree - Berlin, Germany

28 - Sunny Red - Munich, Germany

29 - Kulturclub Schon Schön - Mainz, Germany

30 - Trix Bar - Antwerp, Belgium

JUNE

01 - Rotondes - Luxembourg, Luxembourg

02 - L'Aéronef - Lille, France

03 - L'Espace B - Paris, France

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