PWR BTTM share pensive track, ‘New Hampshire’

Upcoming album ‘Ugly Cherries’ is due 7th October.
PWR BTTM have unveiled another track from their new album – listen to ‘New Hampshire’ below.

“It’s a song about greener grass,” explains the duo’s Ben Hopkins. “I wrote it during a period of time where I hated where I lived and who I was there, and I just felt so helpless that like I figured whenever I did inevitably wither away the parties that be could ship me somewhere better.

“Reflecting on it, the hopelessness I felt was actually in me, and the place I was in or where I wanted to be couldn’t help things if I wasn’t willing to help myself first.”

Their upcoming album, ‘Ugly Cherries’ is due 7th October via Big Scary Monsters. It’ll be followed by a UK tour that kicks off in Brighton on 3rd December:


03 Brighton, UK @ West Hill Hall

04 Leeds, UK @ Brudenell Games Room

05 Glasgow, UK @ Hug & Pint

06 London, UK @ Shacklewell Arms

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