lonely the brave

Lonely The Brave have confirmed that their third full-length album ‘The Hope List’ is due to drop on 22 January 2021.

The record will be the follow-up to 2016s ‘Things Will Matter’ and their first with frontman Jack Bennet. The Cambridge rockers have also shared their third single of the year so far ‘Open Door’ after dropping previous tracks ‘Distant Light’ and ‘Bound’.

LISTEN TO ‘OPEN DOOR’ HERE:

Founding member Mark Trotter commented on the upcoming record saying, “Given everything that’s happened to this band, it would have been remiss of us to try rushing into this or do something that wasn’t right. It takes time…We’ve been a band for over 10 years and stuck in our ways a lot. There has been a huge shift in dynamic now. It’s a completely different vibe from where we were before. There’s a renewed energy and a renewed focus. Everything feels very positive in the Lonely The Brave camp.”

In addition, the band have announced a string of UK shows for April next year in support of the new album:

Brighton Hope & Ruin, 11 April
Birmingham Castle & Falcon, 12
Bristol Fleece, 13
Cambridge J2, 15
Manchester Academy 3, 16
Glasgow King Tuts, 17
Leeds The Key Club, 19
Nottingham The Bodega, 20
London Boston Music Room, 21

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‘The Hope List’ Full Tracklisting:

Bound
Distant Light
Bright Eyes
Chasing Knives
The Hope List
Keeper
(Untitled)
Something I Said
Open Door
Your Heavy Heart
The Harrow

Photo Credit: Carla Mundy

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