Hælos have revealed a brand new track in the form of ‘End Of World Party’ - and it definitely lives up to its title.
A shifting and glimmering cut, it’s the latest to be taken from their anticipated new album ‘Any Random Kindness’, out on May 10th and primed as the follow-up to their debut LP ‘Full Circle’. Following on from previous releases ‘Boy / Girl’, ‘Kyoto’ and Buried In The Sand’ - it’s a majestic fresh offering from the London-based quartet.
As the band’s Arthur Delaney explains "‘End of World Party’ went through a few different versions, and then we took things from other songs and these new melodies materialized that we ran with. There's a lot of fun production in it,”
As Lottie Benardout from the band continues, "It's a bit more tongue-in-cheek than some of the other tracks on the record. We're all humans in the end—you often need to turn yourself off from the news and enjoy the moment."
And we shall - especially with Hælos set to return to the UK in May around the release of ‘Any Random Kindness’ with an appearance at The Great Escape on May 10th and their own headline night at London’s EartH on May 16th - before a further slot at this year’s Field Day in the capital on June 7th.
Check out ‘End Of World Party’ below,