Slaney Bay have released their debut EP, ‘A Life Worth Living’

The debut project was self-released today, November 11th.
Photo credit: Henry Ager

London newcomers Slaney Bay have unveiled their five-track debut EP, ‘A Life Worth Living’.

The full project was preceded by the release of three singles – ‘Take Your Time’, ‘I Could Love You Better’, and ‘LS6’. The remaining two album cuts were self-released today, November 11th.

The indie trio’s five-track EP explores the band’s adolescence in all its glory and despair, accepting the unavoidable strife of discovering your identity in an overwhelming world.

“Each song represents a different chapter in our overarching tale of growing up,” they elaborate. “The record is an unfiltered look into our lives: from the guilt about growing independent from your parents, to the dramatic adoration of a first love, to the loss of a best friendship. This whirlwind of intense emotions and character-building experiences make your life worth living”.

You can listen to ‘A Life Worth Livinghere – the full tracklist reads:

1. I Could Love You Better
2. Hot Glue
3. Take Your Time
4. LS6
5. What If?

Slaney Bay are supporting Bleach Lab at London’s Lafayette tonight, November 11th – tickets are available here.

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