See: Lake Komo announce October tour dates, stream Manners demo

If you’ve fell in love (an easy thing to do) with Milwaukee, the current single from Lancaster’s Lake Komo, you might like to check out the indie-soul electro of the band live. Helpfully, they’ve just announced an October tour beginning at Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival on 8th, and going right through to a date at the Lincoln IMP in Scunthorpe on 29th.
In addition the band have streamed a demo version of a track entitled Manners. You might need your tissues for this one, as the simple piano chords pull the emotion from you, while lead singer Jay’s falsetto vocal wraps it a little bit of tear stained sadness. Speaking of the track, Jay explained “Manners is the most personal song I’ve written to date. It’s about a family member who had a huge impact on my life growing up who eventually succumbed to Alzheimers once she met her later years. There’s a sadness in this song that I don’t think will ever be matched in anything else I write, but I like to think that that sentiment is overpowered by the final message of the song, which is the appreciation and love I have for her.”
If that doesn’t set you off, check it out, here
Saturday 8 October – Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester
Sunday 9 October – Talking Heads, Southampton
Tuesday 11 October – Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
Wednesday 12 October – Sin City, Swansea
Thursday 13 October – Level 3 at The Rolleston Arms, Swindon
Friday 14 October – Met Lounge, Peterborough
Saturday 15 October – Carefully Planned Festival, Manchester
Sunday 16 October – Talking Heads, Southampton
Tuesday 18 October – The Horn, St Albans
Wednesday 19 October – Lending Room, Leeds
Thursday 20 October – Boileroom, Guilford
Friday 21 October – Picture House, Sheffield
Sunday 23 October – Craufurd House, Milton Keynes
Tuesday 25 October – Stereo, Glasgow
Wednesday 26 October – Sneaky Petes, Edinburgh
Thursday 27 October – Fat Sams, Dundee
Friday 28 October – Think Tank Social, Newcastle
Saturday 29 October – Lincoln IMP, Scunthorpe
‘Manners’ and ‘Milwaukee’ are both out now on Columbia:
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