Lanterns On The Lake Announce New 5-track EP “The Realist” Due 11th December via Bella Union + Share Title Track

October 18, 2020
photocredit: Henri Calderon

Lanterns On The Lake Announce New 5-track EP “The Realist” Due 11th December via Bella Union + Share Title Track

Following their Mercury Prize nomination, and having recently been featured in The GuardianLanterns On The Lake now announce news of a new 5-track EP, The Realist, released 11th December via Bella Union and available to preorder here.

The EP includes four new tracks as well as a reworked stripped-back arrangement of the single “Baddies”. The band have shared the EP’s title track-

Of the track and EP vocalist Hazel Wilde says: “The Realist is a song about being a dreamer, clinging to a vision and following your heart  – even when that path can seem deluded to others. It was one of the songs that didn’t make it onto the album Spook The Herd as it didn’t fit sonically or narratively. It felt like it came from another place. So we began putting together this EP. We wanted to sculpt an intimate “headphones” record. One for the introverts and dreamers, the ones that still find beauty and magic in things. Recording some of the songs over lockdown in our homes helped in creating that world.”  

Lanterns On The Lake recently announced news of a special reduced-capacity live appearance at the Sage Gateshead on Saturday 7th November, performing their Spook The Herd album in full. Tickets sold out on the first day but passes are available to watch the concert via live stream.

Live tours are still of course on hold and difficult to predict for next year, but if lady luck shines, Lanterns On The  Lake will be on tour in February and March 2021. Dates/info below:

Monday 1st February – Glasgow – King Tuts

Tuesday 2nd February – Leeds – Brudenell Social Club

Wednesday 3rd February – Manchester – Gorilla

Saturday 6th February – Birmingham – The Actress & Bishop

Sunday 7th February – Brighton – Patterns

Monday 8th February – Guildford – Boilerroom

Tuesday 9th February – Norwich – Waterfront Studio

Wednesday 10th February – London – EartH

Thursday 18th February – Southampton – The Brook

Friday 19th February – Exeter – Phoenix

Saturday 20th February – Corsham – Pound Arts Centre

Sunday 21st February – Bristol – Thekla

Monday 22nd February – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms

Wednesday 24th February – Cambridge – Storey’s Field Centre

Thursday 25th February – Hebden Bridge – Trades Club

Saturday 27th February – Bury – The MET

Sunday 28th February – Stockton – Georgian Theatre

Friday 26th March – Newcastle – Boiler Shop

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