Listen The Goa Express announce self-titled debut album
The band will also play a slew of festival and headline Europe dates.
The Goa Express will release their much anticipated self-titled debut, scheduled for October via Communion.
New single ‘Talking About Stuff’ will be in the tracklist; the music video was filmed at their homecoming show at the Golden Lion, Todmorden. It follows on from ‘Good Luck Charm’ which was released in April.
Speaking about the song, the Burnley five-piece have said, “Sometimes, you end up feeling down on your luck and then all a sudden you make the call to get the hell out of somewhere. And, out of nowhere, you meet someone and you end up getting lucky again.”
The tracklisting for their self titled LP is as follows.
It’s Never Been Better
Good Luck Charm
You’re The Girl
Can’t Stay Quiet
Better Than Ok
Talking About Stuff
Check out ‘Talking About Stuff’ below.
Catch the band live at the following dates below:
27 – Neighbourhood Weekender Festival, Manchester, UK
28 – In It Together Festival, Port Talbot, UK
29 – Primavera Sound Festival (a la Ciutat), Barcelona, ES
31 – The Lower Third, London, UK
28-30 – Watt En Schlick Festival, Varel, DE
9 – Confessional Music and Arts Festival, Blackburn, UK
3 – Iceland Airwaves, Reykjavík, IS
9 – Rough Trade, Nottingham, UK
10 – Trades Club, Hebden Bridge, UK
11 – Workmans Club, Dublin, IRE
13 – Broadcast, Glasgow, UK
14 – Yellow Arch, Sheffield, UK
15 – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK
17 – New Century, Manchester, UK
18 – District, Liverpool, UK
19 – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham, UK
21 – Exchange, Bristol, UK
22 – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, UK
23 – Scala, London, UK
24 – Komedia Studio, Brighton, UK
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