LIFE tackle isolation and anxiety with their new single, ‘Bum Hour’

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LIFE have shared their new single, ‘Bum Hour’.

It’s a track from the group’s upcoming new album ‘A Picture of Good Health’, due 20th September via Afghan Moon / [PIAS].

“Bum Hour is the isolation when you shut your door,” says frontman Mez Green. “Bum Hour is about not being at ease on your own. 

“Bum Hour is ‘that’ pattern and routine broken. It’s the need to live again in that moment as you watch the bars buzz from your lone-parent window. Your only comfort, your saviour, your little boy in his bedroom. You find yourself scrolling through your phone an act of self-harm and torture. 

“Your mates are out – you lie down and sleep.”

The group are touring the album with a mammoth tour, which will see them on the road throughout September, October, November and December, including a night at London’s Moth Club on 6th November.

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