News Gengahr announce new album ‘Sanctuary’, share ‘Everything & More’
The alt-pop group will release their highly anticipated third album next year!
Woohoo! North London’s finest Gengahr have just announced that their third full-length will be arriving on 31st January next year!
Sharing the news today, alongside shimmering first cut ‘Everything & More’, the follow-up to 2015 debut ‘A Dream Outside’ and 2018’s ‘Where Wildness Grows’, follows songwriter Felix Bushe “tapping into personal pain but coming out fighting” and was produced by Bombay Bicycle Club’s Jack Steadman.
‘Sanctuary’ track list:
1. Everything & More
2. Atlas Please
3. Heavenly Maybe
4. Never A Low
6. You’re No Fun
7. Soaking In Formula
Catch Gengahr live at the following dates:
04: UK: Liverpool - Eventim Olympia *
05: UK: Dundee - Caird Hall *
06: UK: Nottingham - Rock City *
07: UK: Bath - Pavilion *
08: UK: London - O2 Academy Brixton *
13: UK: Manchester - Band On The Wall
14: UK: Leeds - Brudenell Social Club (Main Room)
16: UK: Glasgow - King Tuts
17: IRE: Dublin - The Sound House
19: UK: Bristol - Fleece
20: UK: Brighton - Patterns
21: UK: London - EartH
24: FR: Paris - Le Pop-Up Du Label
25: BE: Brussels - VOLTA
26: DE: Cologne - Blue Shell
27: DE: Berlin - Maze
28: DE: Munich - folks!
29: DE: Hamburg: Molotow Skybar
02: NE: Amsterdam - Paradiso (Upstairs)
10: NZ: Auckland - Neck Of The Woods
13: AUS: Sydney - Lansdowne
14: AUS: Melbourne - Howler
* = with Bombay Bicycle Club
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