Listen: Fake Laugh shares new track ‘Better For Me’
It’s one half of a new 7” due for release in April.
Last year, Kamran Khan – better known as Fake Laugh – released his excellent debut album, and now he’s back with a new track.
‘Better For Me’ is one half of a new two-track 7” that also includes ‘On Loop’, and is set to be released through Headcount Recordson on 30th April. It’s been produced by Theo Verney, who also worked closely with Kamran on his debut album.
Speaking of the new track, Kamran said: “The song entertains the idea that it might be favourable to ride solo. It’s obvious to think of it in the context of a romance, but it could be about any kind of relationship really. I think there’s also some acknowledgement that deciding to go it alone is a bit of a lazy cop-out. It kind of celebrates and laments loneliness at the same time”.
Fake Laugh is also set to support Girl Ray on their upcoming tour of the UK. Tickets are on sale now.
Kamran talked us through his debut at the time of its release. Catch up here.
Listen to ‘Better For Me’ and see Fake Laugh’s upcoming dates with Girl Ray below.
10 Bristol, Thekla*
11 Nottingham, Bodega*
12 Hebden Bridge, Trades Club*
13 Glasgow, Art School*
15 Middlesbrough, Westgarth Social Club*
16 Sheffield, Leadmill*
17 Manchester, Deaf Institute*
18 London, Heaven*
19 Brighton, The Haunt*
* = with Girl Ray
Fake Laugh & Tarquin unveil new track ‘Money’
Their collaborative album arrives later this year.
Fake Laugh & Tarquin announce self-titled debut album
And they’re sharing new single ‘Ice’ to celebrate!
Fake Laugh and Tarquin link up for new track ‘So Good’
It’s the latest glimpse into their upcoming collaborative project.
Fake Laugh links up with Tarquin for ‘Meaningless Things’
It’s the first single from their upcoming collaborative project.