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Orchards are back with their brand new single, ‘Sooner’, and a UK tour

They're hitting the road in April.
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Published: 5:21 pm, November 06, 2019
Orchards are back with their brand new single, ‘Sooner’, and a UK tour

Orchards are back with their brand new single, ‘Sooner’.

The new song is the Brighton band’s first new music since the release of double A-side singles ‘Young’ / ‘Mature Me’ earlier this year via Big Scary Monsters, and it's accompanied by a batch of dates for April.

They explain: “It's the start of the wormhole into our world. It's reminiscent of days spent drinking on the beach, jumping in the sea to cool off whilst the BBQ tries desperately to light in the Brighton wind! However it's also for the lost connections, for waiting too long, for nostalgic yearning yet coming out the other side and getting right back to that sunny beach. It's the invitation to the party. It's the joyous beginning to our journey that's been 3 years in the making.”

Have a listen below, and catch the band live at the following:

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02 Hare & Hounds 2, Birmingham, UK
03 YES (Basement), Manchester, UK
04 Stereo Cafe Bar, Glasgow, UK
07 The Bodega, Nottingham, UK
08 OMEARA, London, UK
09 Exchange, Bristol, UK
10 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, UK
11 Chalk, Brighton, UK

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