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Jaws push out of their comfort zone with new single, 'Fear'

’Fear’ is taken from ‘The Ceiling’, due for release on 5th April.
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Published: 2:46 pm, February 28, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Jaws push out of their comfort zone with new single, 'Fear'

Jaws have shared another teaser from their upcoming album: ’Fear’ is taken from ‘The Ceiling’, due for release on 5th April.

“’FEAR’ really pushed us out of our comfort zone in the best way possible,” says frontman and guitarist Connor Schofield. “It was sort of the wake up call that we could take this record in any direction we want and still be confident with it.

“I think it might be my favourite song that we've ever put together, not only musically but for how it opened the door to write the rest of the record. The song is about fight or flight, trying to live via love rather than fear."

You can read more from the band in the (not yet announced) April issue of Dork - but you didn’t hear that from us. The band are playing a short UK tour this April, too.

Check out ‘Fear’ below.

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