Currently gearing up to share their third album next year, LIFE are back with brand new single ‘Friends Without Names’.
“Friends Without Names is the anchor and blueprint for our next record. In a remote part of Eastern England, close to the river Humber, we performed this track as if we were in trance; vibrating in a constant musical crescendo,” they explains. “Our aim was to push ourselves and harness differing time zones whilst giving in to the moments of beauty, horror, love and chaos depicted by the song’s lyrics.”
Check it out now below.
See LIFE live at the following dates:
30 - Bodega, Nottingham
01 - O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
02 - Waterfront, Norwich
03 - Esquires, Bedford
05 - The Cavern, Exeter
06 - Exchange, Bristol
07 - Lafayette, London
08 - Joiners, Southampton
09 - The Green Door Store, Brighton
11 - Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
12 - O2 Academy 2, Sheffield
13 – Cluny 2, Newcastle
14 - Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
15 - King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
17 - The Welly, Hull
18 - YES, Manchester
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