The Sherlocks announce new album ‘Under Your Sky’ and tour dates, and share single ‘NYC (Sing It Loud)’

The band will follow-up their 2019 debut ‘Live For The Moment’ with the James Skelly-produced record on October 4, via Infectious Music.

‘NYC (Sing It Loud)’ is the first track to be taken from the new album and was written following the band’s first American tour. “I was blown away by the place,” frontman Kieran Crook said in a press release. “The other side was wishing certain people could be there to see it with me.

“When you know people are at home and you’re having such a good time, you think, ‘If you could see what I’m seeing.’ Even though I’m in New York, I’m still thinking about people at home who I wish could see New York who have never been and may never go.”

The tracklist for ‘Under Your Sky’ is as follows:

  • ‘I Want It All’
  • ‘NYC (Sing It Loud)’
  • ‘Waiting’
  • ‘Magic Man’
  • ‘Dreams’
  • ‘Time To Go’
  • ‘Give It All Up’
  • ‘One Day’
  • ‘Now And Then’
  • ‘Step Inside’
  • ‘Under Your Sky’

The Sherlocks will also tour the UK and Europe around the album’s release, kicking off at Dublin’s Academy 2 on October 4. Fans who pre-order the album from the band’s official store will gain pre-sale access to tickets, which go on pre-sale at 9am tomorrow (June 19). They will then go on general sale at 9am on Friday (June 21).

The Sherlocks will play:

October 2019

  • 4 – Dublin, Academy 2
  • 5 – Belfast, Oh Yeah Centre
  • 21 – Cardiff, Tramshed
  • 22 – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
  • 23 – Nottingham, Rock City
  • 24 – Newcastle, Boiler Shop
  • 25 – Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom
  • 27 – Bristol, SWX
  • 28 – Southampton, Engine Rooms
  • 29 – Brighton, Concorde 2
  • 31 – Liverpool, Eventim Olympia

November 2019

  • 1 – Leeds, O2 Academy
  • 2 – Sheffield, O2 Academy
  • 3 – Birmingham, O2 Institute 2
  • 14 – Antwerp, Kavka
  • 15 – Cologne, Helios 37
  • 16 – Munich, Folks
  • 17 – Zurich, Exil
  • 19 – Vienna, Chelsea
  • 20 – Prague, Café v Else
  • 21 – Berlin, Cassiopeia
  • 22 – Hamburg, Molotov
  • 23 – Amsterdam, BitterZoet
  • 25 – Paris, SuperSonic

In 2017, Crooks told NME he thought the band could be “the pioneers of guitar music” when their debut album was released. “I think we’re going to be well up there,” he said. “We’ve spoken about this so many times – there are some good bands out there, and it is frustrating. But I do think it’s going to come back strongly, and I think that when we drop our album that it’s going to help massively.”

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