NEWS: deadletter announce debut EP Heat! and release new single ‘Weights’

The six band members of deadletter
Credit: Joe Mulville

deadletter are currently tearing up the country on their debut headline UK tour including a sold-out date at London’s iconic 100 Club. In amongst the mayhem they announce their debut EP Heat! due to arrive via SO Recordings on 18 November plus release new single ‘Weights’.

Singer Zac Lawrence expands on the track saying:
“Weights’ in parts, is a pessimistic musing on the experiences you take with you through life, which can feel like a physical burden to be dragged without reprieve. But it’s also a track of silver linings, as it aims to cement the idea that it’s fine to accept that you’re not always alright, and that you can ask for help should things get too heavy – and that’s often the only way of lessening the load. It’s informed by sorrow and self-loathing, but also joy and healing.”

They also announce debut EP Heat! which will be released on 18 November via So Recordings. The five-track EP will include previous single ‘Binge‘ and of course ‘Weights‘ and sees the band develop their craft both sonically and lyrically. This combined with their exuberant live performances is quite rightly gaining them some attention. The EP will also contain their five-and-a-half-minute set-closer ‘Zeitgeist’.

“There’s something in the air”

deadletter Tour Dates:

28th September – 100 Club, London SOLD OUT
30th September – Studio 9294 w/ Tropical F*ck Storm SOLD OUT
19th October – Supersonic, Paris
20th October – Trix Bar, Antwerp
21st October – Left Of The Dial, Rotterdam
22nd October – Left Of The Dial, Rotterdamn

For more information on deadletter please check out their facebook and instagram.

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