The Sherlocks have dropped the title-track from their new album, ‘Under Your Sky’

Their second full-length's out later this week.

The Sherlocks have dropped the title-track from their new album ‘Under Your Sky’.

Out this Friday, 4th October, their second record arrives ahead of an October-November headline tour which will see them perform a number of instores and headline dates.

“It might be the people in my village,” frontman Kiaran Crook says of the track, “or I might just look at someone who lives near me and make a story up or imagine what they’re thinking.

“The thing that links it all together is where I’m from. Some are personal, where I know the people, and some are observational. There’s always an element of sadness behind it because, with a sad song, there’s always a lot more truth in it.

“‘Under Your Sky’ might feel slightly sad but there’s always a bit of hope in it.”

Check out ‘Under Your Sky’ below.

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