SUNLINER release new track ‘Ache’ and recreate Bob Dylan’s ‘Subterranean Homesick Blues’

SUNLINER release new track ‘Ache’ and recreate Bob Dylan’s
‘Subterranean Homesick Blues’ 



Self-titled debut album out 04/11
via Lockjaw Records

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Indie-punk newcomers SUNLINER have released new track ‘Ache’ from their upcoming self-titled debut album alongside a music video recreating Bob Dylan’s famous ‘Subterranean Homesick Blues’.

Vocalist Jake says of the new track, “‘Ache’ is about an older person who’s had a moment of fame or success and is still doing that thing they love, still moving forward, whether it’s in a theatre to 500 people or 5 people who just stumbled in. A bittersweet message about keeping going in the face of adversity.”

The band’s debut album ‘Sunliner’, set for release on 4th November via Lockjaw Records (available to pre-order now), was produced by Andy Hawkins at The Nave in Leeds, mastered by Dave Draper, and powered by cups of tea. The 10 tracks on the album can be read as one person’s journey through life or lots of different people at different stages in their life.

Sunliner are an up and coming indie-punk-rock four-piece from Leeds who take inspiration from the likes of Hot Water Music, Against Me!, and Bruce Springsteen. The band have previously played shows across the UK with The Skints, Beans on Toast, and Red City Radio, and have more shows coming up (please see below).


1. Palliative Care
2. Jo, Joni, Mary & Maria
3. 4am
4. I Call Him Gamblore
5. Worry
6. Rats
7. Dialtones
8. Salad Days
9. Ache
10. What a Time to be Alive

16/10/22 – Till The Fest 2, London
21/10/22 – One For The Road Festival, Fulford Arms, York
04/11/22 – The Crown, Bristol (with Burnt Tapes)
05/11/22 – The Ostrich, Peterborough (with Burnt Tapes)
06/11/22 – Redrum, Stafford (with Burnt Tapes)

Jake – Vocals, Guitar
Caffs – Bass, Vocals
Harry – Drums
Jonty – Guitar

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