THE GOSPEL YOUTH

ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM ‘ALWAYS LOSE’
OUT 14TH JULY VIA RISE RECORDS/VELOCITY

BAND PLAY SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND

BRAND NEW VIDEO FOR ‘MOODS LIKE ENGLISH WEATHER’

England’s South Coast Pop rock band, The Gospel Youth have announced debut album ‘Always Lose’ will be released on the 14th July via Rise/Velocity Records. The album was produced by Romesh Dodangoda (Kids In Glass Houses, Bring Me The Horizon, Twin Atlantic) and is available to pre-order HERE

Referencing the new video, singer Sam Little says “We can feel trapped within ourselves. It’s something I know a lot of people deal with and for the video we wanted to show something that, I guess a lot of us, have felt.”

You can watch the official video for “Moods Like English Weather” HERE or by clicking the image.

Talking about the album, Sam says “Music for us has always given us hope and shown us how you’re never alone in what you’re going through and Always Lose is our story of the ups and downs that life throws at you and how despite everything, there’s always light after the darkness. This band has helped us so much and I know it helps so many other people but too many bands shy away from serious stuff. We wanna be real. We want people to see how human we come across and realise we all get scared. You’re not alone.”

The band will be playing Slam Dunk and will be on Warped Tour in the US this summer.

The Slam Dunk Festival dates are:
Saturday 27th May Birmingham Slam Dunk
Sunday 28th May Leeds Slam Dunk
Monday 29th May Hatfield Slam Dunk

The Gospel Youth // Always Lose

1 – I Will Deliver You To The Fireflies
2 – Gin & Black Coffee
3 Wildfire
4 – Tired Eyes & Heavy Hearts
5 – Your Love Was A Cancer
6 – Revolutions
7 – Moods Like English Weather
8 – Kids
9 – Spirit of Boston
10 – Bloodlines // Love Stopped Me Coming Home

Pre-order the album HERE

Formed in 2014, the five-piece has previously shared stages with the likes of We Are The Ocean, Mallory Knox, Deaf Havana, Hands Like Houses and many more. In 2016 the band launched a campaign that saw them release 12 crowdfunded singles in 12 months, putting their future in the hands of their fans and opening up the opportunity to write month on month about live experiences as they happen.

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