The Japanese House has released a new single, ‘Sunshine Baby’.
It’s a track from her recently-announced second studio album. ‘In The End It Always Does’ is out 30th June via Dirty Hit, featuring recent drops ‘Boyhood’ and ‘Sad To Breathe’, which was co-produced with The 1975’s George Daniel.
Co-produced by Amber Bain with The 1975’s George Daniel and Chloe Kraemer, and featuring vocals from The 1975’s Matty Healy, ‘Sunshine Baby’ was named for her dog.
She explains: “Sunshine Baby is my nickname for my dog, and my ex and I alway used to lay on the beach together being sunshine babies. The chorus is kind of a submission to the end of our relationship, but singing it in a positive light. There’s a transience in every part of a relationship, and in the circle of everything it comes back around.”
Check it out below.
There’s also a new tour planned for October – the details are:
12 SWG3, Glasgow
14 Newcastle University, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
15 New Century, Manchester
16 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
18 The Trinity Centre, Bristol
19 O2 Academy Oxford, Oxford
20 1865, Southampton
22 O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham
23 Outernet, London
24 CHALK, Brighton