English Teacher have released a new heartbreak song, ‘Nearly Daffodils’

Catch the band on tour later this month.
Photo Credit: Tatiana Pozuelo

English Teacher have released a new single, ‘Nearly Daffodils’.

Out now via Island Records, the track arrives ahead of their biggest UK headline tour to date kicking off later this month.

Lily Fontaine explains: “‘Nearly Daffodils’ is about heartbreak and acceptance of unfulfilled potential. How, no matter how much you may want something, no matter how much effort you may put into something’s growth or development, no matter how beautiful you can envision its fruition; life is a bitch and about as unstoppable as a freight train.”

Check it out below, and catch the band live at the following:

8 District, Liverpool
21 Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
22 McChuills, Glasgow
23 Cluny 2, Newcastle
24 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (sold-out)
26 Scala, London
27 The Louisiana, Bristol (sold-out)
28 Heartbreakers, Southampton (sold-out)
29 The Hope & Ruin, Brighton (sold-out)
31 Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

1 Night & Day Cafe, Manchester (sold-out)

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