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JAWS have shared a brand new single, 'Do You Remember'

It's the latest track to be taken from their forthcoming album 'The Ceiling'.
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Published: 10:26 am, January 30, 2019
JAWS have shared a brand new single, 'Do You Remember'

JAWS have shared a brand new single.

Titled 'Do You Remember', it's the latest track to be taken from their forthcoming album 'The Ceiling', which is set for release on 5th April.

Talking about the release, frontman and guitarist Connor Schofield explains: “Lyrically "The Ceiling" is generally about feeling a bit lost, I think as you grow up everything feels like its moving along a lot quicker; friends, relationships, life can all seem to move at 100 mph. Sometimes we forget that its OK to stand still for a bit sometimes and actually breathe. A lot of these songs are about dealing with that. Musically I think we’ve surprised even ourselves with it, we’ve gone down paths we haven’t taken before and ended up with something we’re really very excited about.

This song is a self observation of my social anxiety, and how i always compare ourselves to others when I should be working out how to be more comfortable in my own skin. Musically i think I’ve managed to merge my love for bands like The Cure and bands like Title Fight quite well on this one and its definitely one of my favourites on the record that i’m very much looking forward to playing live."

A scuzzy slice of glorious noise, you can check out 'Do You Remember' below.

JAWS will support the release of 'The Ceiling' with a short run of live dates. Kicking off in Glasgow on 23rd April, they'll go on to play shows in London, Manchester and Birmingham.

The details read:

April
23 Glasgow, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
25 London, The Electric Ballroom
26 Manchester, O2 Ritz
27 Birmingham, O2 Institute

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