Watch Pottery release ‘Take Your Time’

Pottery release ‘Take Your Time’
Photo: Luke Orlando

It’s the latest song lifted from their upcoming debut album, ‘Welcome To Bobby’s Motel’.

Having announced that their debut album ‘Welcome To Bobby’s Motel’ is set to land on 10th April, Montreal’s Pottery have given us our newest taste of what to expect with their fab new track ‘Take Your Time’.

“It’s not a secret that we enjoy occasionally using drugs recreationally, in the past they’ve helped guide us creatively and personally,” the group explain. “But this song is about the darker side of drugs, when they become habits. It’s about the tough spot that stuff can put you in, beyond the isolated experience of briefly having a good time while you’re using them. You spend all your money, ruin your body, and don’t get anything out of it except for a fun night.”

Check it out below.

See Pottery live at the following dates.

APRIL

30 | Toronto, ON - The Garrison

MAY

02 | Burlington, VT - Waking Windows

04 | Philadelphia, PA - Johnny Brenda's

05 | Washington, DC - Songbyrd

06 | Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere Zone One

08 | Boston, MA - Great Scott

09 | Montreal, QC - La Sale Rossa

21 | Paris, FR - Villette Sonique

22 | Antwerp, BE - Trix Bar

23 | Hamburg, DE - Nochtspeicher

24 | Berlin, DE - Berghain Kantine

25 | Prague, CZ - Underdogs

26 | Vienna, AT - B72

28 | Basel, CH - Sommercasino (Czar Fest)

29 | Milan, IT - Ohibo Club

30 | Fucecchio, IT - Beat Festival

JUNE

02 | Madrid, ES - Wurlitzer Ballroom

04 | Pau, FR - Le Pingouin Alternatif

05 | Lourmarin, FR - Festival Yeah

06 | Lyon, FR - Le Sonic

08 | Brighton, UK - Chalk

09 | Manchester, UK - Deaf Institute

10 | Leeds, UK - Brudenell Social Club

11 | London, UK - The Dome, Tufnell Park

12 | Lille, FR - L'Aeronef

13 | Hilvarenbeek, NL - Best Kept Secret

JULY

31 - 02 | Montreal, QC - Osheaga

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