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Friendly Fires Share New Track

Following the announcement of their Club Tour later this year, Friendly Fires have shared new track ‘Heaven Let Me In’.

The St Albans trio comprising of Ed Macfarlane, Edd Gibson and Jack Savidge are back and sounding as fresh as ever following a year of hiatus. The new euphoric track is the follow-up to their acclaimed anthemic comeback single ‘Love Like Waves’. ‘Heaven Let Me In’ was co-produced by Disclosure and written during a late night session at the electronic duo’s north London studio.

Friendly Fires frontman Ed commented, “Heaven Let Me In is a song about being comfortable in your own skin. When you stop trying so hard and embrace your imperfections then opportunities arise and doors open.”


Ed previously contributed his vocals on Disclosure’s debut album on track ‘Defeated No More’. ‘Heaven Let Me In’ gives fans another taste of what to expect on Friendly Fires upcoming third album, due out for release next year.

The trio have also announced tour plans for later this year, which will see them head to venues in Newcastle, London and Bristol. Joining them will be a stellar line-up of guests including Ross From Friends, Space Dimension Controller, Justin Robertson, Paranoid London, Vonica, Alex Metric & Ten Yen.

Jack Savidge spoke of the Club Tour saying, “We wanted to make these shows more ‘party’ than ‘gig’ as an experience… we’ve done that in the past with our Coronet and Brixton late night shows back in the day. Intimate venues, DJs before and after we play, the band fitting into the narrative of the night rather than being the key spectacle. It speaks to the roots of our live show, and is a pure expression of how we see this project of ours. We’ve always aimed our live shows squarely at the dance floor, and steeped ourselves in the music and culture of clubs, and these nights will be a full celebration of that.”

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