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Superlove Announce New Album ‘follow:noise’

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Superlove are back with more boundless British pop-rock brilliance, following up their 2021 debut album Colours. Their new record is going to be called follow:noise and will be released on June 2nd via Rude Records.

The band had this to say about what the album represents for them and where it stemmed from:

“Concept to follow:noise album is a lot of realization and reflection from the journey of our first album. Following up from our debut album we discovered a lot about the sound behind Superlove and what makes us the band we are and when we’re at our best, we wanted to challenge ourselves to use less virtual instruments this time round and put the focus back into guitar. Lyrically the album tackles subjects such as reassurance, dependency and mental health.

We wanted to reinvent ourselves with a look and sound that places us firmly within the world of being a rock band. Our first album saw us dipping in and out of what it was to be a band with more electronic elements which allowed us to explore our production techniques. With those avenues explored from previous we wanted the challenge of writing a proper through and through no messing around pop-rock album. To summarise: follow:noise is Superlove at our most realised and our most fully focused on a “Noise-pop” sound through and through.”

The artwork looks a lot like this:

And the tracklisting is a lot like this:

01. “You”
02. “GO!”
03. “Easier”
04. “Something Good”
05. “Lifeline”
06. “Upside Down”
07. “Overdrive”
08. “Change Your Mind”
09. “Gut Feeling”
10. “Seasons”

And they have also shared a new taste of the album to whet the appetite. It’s “Easier”, an introspective and intensely sweet piece of infectious pop for the ages.

Vocalist/bassist Jacob Rice had this to say about it:

Easier is a song I wrote about 3 years ago now so I’m glad we got a chance to revisit it and make it work alongside a bunch of new songs we’d been working on. Nothing better than sitting on a song for that long to then take it to the band and turn it into something like this. It gives it such a new lease of life like getting the same excitement of writing it the first time round.

He continues, “I wrote the song about a time when I was struggling a lot. I had a lot of questions about myself that I could never seem to get an answer for, I was always looking ahead to a time where my head would feel a lot clearer and how nice that might be in the future. Not to get too cheesy here, but writing this song helped me look forward rather than dwell on stuff whilst also helping change my outlook on certain situations in life that were maybe slowing me down. So cheers to songwriting as it does genuinely help you get a load off your mind.

You can also hear “GO!” right now:

As you can “Something Good”:

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