The debut album “Tired of Liberty” by The Lounge Society is set for release on 26 August

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UK group The Lounge Society have shared “Upheaval”, the latest single to be lifted from their album “Tired of Liberty”. The album lands on August 26th, and finds the band expanding on their excellent run of singles.

Recorded over two weeks in November 2021, “Tired of Liberty” is a stunningly ubiquitous snapshot of instrumental meltdown, and timeless adolescence. Keen to uphold the manipulated elasticity of a recorded event, the majority of the eleven tracks that make up the record were written either just before, or throughout the duration of those fortnight sessions.

The new track “Upheaval” follows recent singles “No Driver” and “Blood Money”.

Upheaval has a calmer atmosphere than anything we’ve done before and looking back on the album as a whole, it may in fact be one of the most important tracks on there. In the studio Dan Carey (producer) really helped us bring a certain vintage feel to life with deep textured acoustic guitars, heavily impacted by the ambient room mixing we focused on in the closing stages of the album. This song, more than anything else we’ve ever done, feels like us together as four mates playing a song that we love.

The Lounge Society 2022 UK & EU headline tour dates

24 Sept – Float Along Festival, Sheffield, UK
25 Sept – Bodega, Nottingham, UK
26 Sept – Broadcast, Glasgow, UK
27 Sept – Sneaky Petes, Edinburgh, UK
29 Sept – Brudenell, Leeds, UK
30 Sept – Gorilla, Manchester, UK
02 Oct – Patterns, Brighton, UK
04 Oct – Village Underground, London, UK
06 Oct – Joiners, Southampton, UK
07 Oct – Trades Club, Hebden Bridge, UK
08 Oct – Trades Club, Hebden Bridge, UK (Sold Out)
15 Oct – Future Days at The Crossing, Birmingham, UK
18 Oct – Point Ephemere with MUSH, Paris, FR
25 Oct – Buhmann & Sohn, Cologne, DE
26 Oct – Molotow (Skybar), Hamburg, DE
27 Oct – Kantine am Berghain, Berlin, DE
30 Oct – Rotown, Rotterdam, NL
01 Nov – Merlyeyn, Nijmegen, NL
02 Nov – Witloofbar @ Botanique, Brussels, BE

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