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    Wunderhorse publicizes particulars of debut album ‘Cub’

    Wunderhorse has introduced particulars of his debut album ‘Cub’ and a headline present in London.

    The band – the undertaking of former Lifeless Pretties frontman Jacob Slater – emerged final 12 months with debut single ‘Teal’ and have shared a handful of singles since.

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    On September 16, ‘Cub’ will land by way of Communion and have ‘Teal’ amongst different current singles together with ’17’, ‘Butterflies’ and ‘Poppy’.

    “I used to be bored with having to stand up on stage and faux I wished to throw myself round and smash issues up each night time and sing these intense songs,” Slater stated in an announcement about his transition from Lifeless Pretties to Wunderhorse.

    “They had been good songs, however I didn’t suppose we’d be capable of transition into doing the extra introspective music that I wished to make. I believed it will simply alienate folks.”

    He added: “I ended taking medication and I ended the band. The 2 issues appeared to go hand in hand. I believed if I carried on with the band, I wouldn’t be capable of not maintain doing that to myself.

    “There’s the previous fantasy that it is advisable take a load of medicine to be actually artistic, however I used to be rather more artistic after I wasn’t taking medication. I wished to like that a part of myself once more and I wished to fall again in love with music once more.”

    See the paintings and tracklist for ‘Cub’ beneath.


    1. ‘Butterflies’
    2. ‘Chief of the Pack’
    3. ‘Purple’
    4. ‘Atlantis’
    5. ’17’
    6. ‘Teal’
    7. ‘Poppy’
    8. ‘Mantis’
    9. ‘The Lady Behind The Glass’
    10. ‘Morphine’
    11. ‘Epilogue’

    Wunderhorse may also play his greatest headline present to this point at London’s Lafayette on September 20 following a present run of gigs supporting Sorry. Decide up tickets right here.

    Reviewing a current Wunderhorse stay present, NME wrote: “An understated confidence in each his vocals and gorgeously reflective storytelling might simply bear out comparisons to the emotional depths that Sam Fender explored final 12 months on ‘Seventeen Going Below’ (which topped NME’s Albums of the 12 months checklist).

    “Nonetheless, Slater’s chic, quivering holler means that via his new solo artist endeavours, he’s rapidly turning into his personal particular person, and a uncommon, ever-evolving expertise.”

    Slater additionally performs Intercourse Pistols drummer Paul Prepare dinner in Danny Boyle’s new Pistol biopic sequence

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