Watch Folly Group offer up new track ‘Sand Fight’

Folly Group offer up new track ‘Sand Fight’
Photo: Josh Taylor-Moon

Lifted from their upcoming debut EP ‘Awake and Hungry’.

Announcing that their debut EP ‘Awake and Hungry’ will be landing on 11th June via So Young Records, Folly Group are sharing brand new track ‘Sand Fight’ to get us hyped for what’s to come.

“‘Sand Fight’ was a total collaboration,” the band say. “We threw lyrical ideas and musical motifs at each other, and a song emerged that was, both lyrically and musically, a bit of an ode to childhood and being carefree. It became a collage made of symbols and signifiers of being young - both the positive experiences and myriad anxieties. It was one of the first tracks we wrote together, so to release it feels like a farewell to a formative sound and period in the same way.”

Check it out now below.

‘Awake and Hungry’ EP Tracklisting:
1. Awake and Hungry
2. Four Wheel Drive
3. Fewer Closer Friends
4. Ripples
5. Butt No Rifle
6. Sand Fight

See Folly Group live at the following dates.

JUNE
23 | Hope and Ruin, Brighton (socially distanced)
24 | YES, Manchester (socially distanced)
25 | Moth Club, London (socially distanced)

SEPTEMBER
23 | Joiners, Southampton*
24 | Boileroom, Guildford*
25 | Dot To Dot Festival, Bristol
26 | Dot To Dot Festival, Nottingham
28 | Hope and Ruin, Brighton*
29 | Islington Assembly Hall, London*
30 | Rescue Rooms, Nottingham*

OCTOBER
01 | Bullingdon, Oxford*
02 | Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff*
04 | Louisiana, Bristol*
05 | Hare and Hounds, Birmingham*
06 | Phase One, Liverpool*
09 | King Tuts, Glasgow*
10 | Mash House, Edinburgh*
11 | Think Tank, Newcastle*
13 | YES, Manchester*
14 | Record Junkee, Sheffield*
29 | Georgian Theatre, Stockton*
31 | Lancaster Library*

*with Do Nothing

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