Debut album details unveiled too
Cai Trefor

11:25 23rd August 2016

Reading-based indie pop sorts Sundara Karma have just put out their new single ‘She Said’ and you can stream it below. It’s set to be released on their debut album, Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect, alongside existing singles ‘Vivienne’, ‘A Young Understanding’, and ‘Flame’.

This new cut is among some of the slickest indie pop to come out of Britain since The Vaccines and will help propel you with positivity from now until the weekend.

Speaking about ‘She Said', lead singer Oscar Pollock said: "When all the drink has been drunk, when all the flirting has fumbled, then we might ask ourselves; should I have gone to the club?"

The album will be released on 6 January via Chess Club/RCA, who also helped launch the successful careers of Swim Deep and Wolf Alice.

The Reading four-piece have had a mammouth year so far with two sold out headline tours and acclaimed performances at Glastonbury, Dot to Dot and Secret Garden Party under their belts. Next up they’re set for Reading/Leeds main stage slots and another headline tour, this time taking in bigger venues including London’s Heaven.

The band popped into our office last year for a stripped back session and were touring around in a tiny white van. It can’t be long until the luxury sleeper buses are their new home. They’ve got such a natural flair for writing hits that they’ll make a big dent in the charts next year.

Here’s the track listing to the new debut album:
1. A Young Understanding
2. Loveblood
3. Olympia
4. Happy Family
5. Flame
6. Lose That Feeling
7. She Said
8. Vivienne
9. Be Nobody
10.Deep Relief
11. Watching From Great Heights
12. The Night

September tour dates

16 Heaven, London
18 O2 Academy 2, Oxford
19 Trinity, Bristol
20 O2 Institute2, Birmingham
21 Arts Club, Liverpool
22 O2 Ritz, Manchester
23 Liquid Room, Edinburgh
24 Riverside, Newcastle
26 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
27 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
28 Waterfront, Nottingham
29 The Haunt, Brighton

UK Festival Dates:

26/08 Electric Fields Festival
27/08 Reading Festival
28/08 Leeds Festival
03/09 LodeStar Festival

 


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