Check out LIFE’s new track, ‘The Drug’

Taken from their forthcoming album 'North East Coastal Town', it's got "drive, repetition and jerk-ability," apparently.

LIFE have shared another taster of their upcoming album ‘North East Coastal Town’, ‘The Drug’.

Speaking about the track, frontman Mez Green explains: “The Drug is a love song. I wrote the lyrics in the cold mountains of Italy before taking them into the room with the band. ‘The Drug I needed has always been here, the drug I needed has always been near’ is, for me, realising that loved ones and those that love you, no matter where you are, can always be present. I’d never really believed this before and whilst this purity is at the lyrical heart of the song musically the band decided to inject flecks of dance, pop, harmonics, and dirty pulses to give the song drive, repetition and jerk-ability.”

LIFE’s third full-length, ‘North East Coastal Town’ is set to drop on 19th August.

You can check out ‘The Drug’ below.

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