The Sherlocks announce debut album + new single
The Sherlocks have just announced their debut album Live For The Moment will be released on August 18th via Infectious Music. The artwork and tracklisting for the album can be found below. The band have also shared a new video for their upcoming single Chasing Shadows which drops on June 10th.
The video was shot by Luke Thompson and features some raucous live footage from The Sherlocks’ headline shows in Manchester & Sheffield this year. Chasing Shadows is a common finale in their live sets with the song telling relatable lyrics of a drunken night out.
Chasing Shadows has always been a fan favourite! It’s a stadium-esqe anthem, huge chorus!
The Sherlocks — Chasing Shadows
After a sold out UK Tour last September, Sheffield four-piece The Sherlocks have been relentlessly touring the UK and have added even more dates to their mammoth tour schedule including joining Kings Of Leon as main support on their arena tour as well as numerous festival dates.
The band, consisting of two sets of brothers, have been steadily building a solid live following and were the first unsigned band since Arctic Monkeys to sell out their local venue the Sheffield Leadmill. Live For The Moment was The album was recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales and produced by Gavin Monaghan.
Live For The Moment tracklisting:
1. Will You Be There
2. Live For The Moment
4. Chasing Shadows
6. Nobody Knows
7. Was It Really Worth It
8. Turn The Clock
9. Last Night
10. Heart Of Gold
Live for the Moment
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26th April — London, The Electric
29th April — Oxford, O2 Academy
30th April — Hitchin Club 85
1st May — Norwich, Waterfront
2nd May — Birmingham, O2 Institute
3rd May — Bristol, Bierkeller
6th May — London, Roundhouse
28th May — Liverpool Sound City
9th June — Manchester Arena supporting Kings Of Leon
10th June — Sheffield Arena supporting Kings Of Leon
11th June — Isle Of Wight Festival
30th June — Manchester Castlefield Bowl
5th August — Festival On The Wall, Newcastle
25th August — Leeds Festival
27th August — Reading Festival
1st September — Wilkestock Festival
Originally published at Indie is not a genre.