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Lanterns on the Lake share new track ‘String Theory

It’s the latest taste of their forthcoming album ‘Versions of Us’.

Ahead of the release of their new album ‘Versions of Us’ on 2nd June, Lanterns on the Lake have shared their latest single, ‘String Theory’. The song sees the Newcastle quartet joined by Radiohead’s Philip Selway on drums, and it follows on from the band’s previous single, ‘The Likes of Us’. Speaking about the new song, Lanterns vocalist Hazel Wilde has said: “String Theory is a song about reflecting on what might have been and might, in some way, still be. It finds beauty and solace in the multiverse theory and the idea that out there somewhere, vibrating on their own frequency, exists another fully realized version of yourself where your story turned out differently.” The band have also announced a string of “stripped back, intimate, in-store performances” to coincide with the album’s release, as well as a more extensive UK tour later in the year. Catch Lanterns at the Lake like at the following dates: JUNE 02: London, Rough Trade East (7pm) 03: Oxford, Truck (1pm) 04: Newcastle, Reflex (2pm) 08: Newcastle, RPM (5:30pm) NOVEMBER 07: Birmingham, The Hare & Hounds 08: Nottingham, Rescue Rooms 16: Cambridge, Storey’s Field Centre 17: Leeds, Howard Assembly Room 22: Sheffield, Crookes Social Club 23: Glasgow, St. Luke’s 29: Brighton, Concorde 2 30: London, Islington Assembly Hall DECEMBER 05: Manchester, Band on the Wall 06: Bristol, The Fleece 15: Gateshead, The Sage Check out ‘String Theory’ below.

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