The Lake Poets have premiered another new track from their forthcoming debut EP. ‘Windowsill’, a song about agoraphobia and unrequited love, is taken from the début EP ‘Honest Hearts’ and is due for release on June 16 via Generator. It’s another stunning, well written and atmospheric piece of music, and follows recent single ‘April’, which was added to Radio 1’s daytime play-list, receiving support and plaudits from all prime-time presenters and as well as BBC 6 Music and XFM.
After recent praise from the likes of BBC Radio 1 & 2, Clash Magazine, The 405, Gigwise and Xfm, The Lake Poets’ have a London launch show at The Sebright Arms on June 18th, s0 that you can see the man in the flesh.
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We recently reviewed The Lake Poets ‘aka Martin Longstaff’ at his London XOYO show and the full review can be seen here. If you’d like the chance to see the artist here are his up-coming dates…
18th June – Sebright Arms, London (EP Launch Show)
20th June – Brudenell Games Room, Leeds w/Sam Airey
27th June – Mining Institute, Newcastle (SOLD OUT)