Happyness have announced their new album, 'Floatr'.
Due on 1st May, the release is preceded by both new single 'Seeing Eye Dog', and a tour that'll have them on the road throughout spring.
Jonny Allan says of their new track: "Some of our songs take ages to write, but this one was vomited out in about an hour the day after a really sudden break up when I was fully in shock. It’s about realising how much you don’t know about the people you know best. And that feeling where your world splits in two for a while, like you've come out of lightspeed into the infinite gaping silence of time. But also like a spider being let out of a cup or a fish thrown back - when you’re like wow everything’s so alien and beautiful haha.”
Of the album - which documents both a break-up for Jonny, and Ash Kenazi’s experience coming out - Ash adds: "There is a reason that PRIDE exists. Coming out is a total celebration of life. The circumstances around which you come to reveal your sexuality are often really tough, and being that vulnerable, and coming to be proud of your identity is a really important thing to share and celebrate. 'Floatr' has helped us process some of the difficult stuff because everybody needs that."
Check out 'Seeing Eye Dog' below. The duo will also perform at London's Scala on 4th November.