Leeds’ Party Hardly premiere their new single, ‘Living In Moths’

It's about rubbish tabloids.
Party Hardly have shared their new single ‘Living In Moths’.

The follow up to ‘Mindchanger’, released back in September, this new ‘un is a deadpan pop tune with an off-kilter melody that winds its way around criticism of trashy media.

The release comes after an autumn of touring, including a set at Neighbourhood in Manchester alongside Peace, Rat Boy and more, and the Indie Banquet All Dayer in Leeds, too.

Party Hardly explain: “’Living In Moths’ is about how depressing the news can be sometimes and how terrible tabloid newspapers are, e.g. The Sun, which should be eradicated from the face of the earth.”

Listen to ‘Living In Moths’ below.

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