Sad Boys Club announce debut album ‘Lullabies From The Lightning Tree’

The London-based band are also sharing new single ‘To Heal Without A Scar (Is A Waste Of A Good Wound)’.

Set for release on 5th May via Modern Sky, London’s Sad Boys Club have announced their debut album ‘Lullabies From The Lightning Tree’ with new single ‘To Heal Without A Scar (Is A Waste Of A Good Wound)’. “Sometimes I can have a hard time acknowledging life as reality, maybe I just don’t want to,” vocalist Jacob Wheldon says of the new track. “It often results in bad consequences for myself and those around me which I then use songs to somehow justify - some might argue that makes me a toxic narcissist (/man), I’m not sure I’d disagree. I’m working on it. A lot of this album is about working on whatever ‘it’ is. Getting better? It fell out at the end of a particularly bad period of writer’s block and unblocked a majority of the writing on the record so feels like the only place to begin.” Check out their new single below. ‘Lullabies From The Lightning Tree’ Tracklisting: 1. Peak 2. Delicious 3. The Cracking Song 4. To Heal Without a Scar (Is a Waste Of a Good Wound) 5. lumoflove 6. Coffee Shop 7. Something Else 8. 2bites2it 9. Cemetery Song, 20/5 10. (You’re) All I Ever Wanna Do See Sad Boys Club live at the following dates: JANUARY 27 - London, UK - COLOURS (supporting Coach Party) APRIL 19 - Warsaw, Poland - Hydrozagadka 21 - Prague, Czech Republic - Bike Jesus 23 - Paris, France - No.Pi 25 - Nijmegen, Netherlands - Merleyn 26 - Rotterdam, Netherlands - V11 29 - Edinburgh, UK - Stag & Dagger (Festival) 30 - Glasgow, UK - Stag & Dagger (Festival) MAY 05 - Bristol, UK - Rough Trade 06 - Sheffield, UK - Record Junkee 07 - Wales, UK - Focus Wales (Festival) 10 - Birmingham, UK - Sunflower Lounge 11 - Nottingham, UK - Bodega 12 - Manchester, UK - Deaf Institute 2 13 - Southampton, UK - Joiners 16 - Brighton, UK - Komedia Studio 17 - London, UK - Oslo Hackney

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