The Japanese House shares new song Something Has To Change, UK tour dates

The Japanese House at the Bristol Thekla (Jessica Bartolini for Live4ever)

The Japanese House at the Bristol Thekla (Jessica Bartolini for Live4ever)

The Japanese House has shared some new music following the release of her debut album Good At Falling back in March this year.

The promo for Something Has To Change has been directed by Nadira Amrani, featuring a full band performance for the first time in a The Japanese House video, and comes with plans for UK dates at the end of 2019 at the Glasgow SWG3 (December 16th), London Brixton Electric (December 17th) and Manchester O2 Ritz (December 18th).

“At times things are disarmingly simple – the Carpenters influenced separation guilt of Faraway, You Seemed So Happy’s freewheeling, elfin strum-a-long, but Good At Falling is the singer walking through a maze: ‘I keep looking for something/Even though it’s not there’, the chorus of Maybe You’re The Reason, while Everybody Hates Me features the messy graft of post-hangover anxiety over relaying synth and piano lines that sound like tumbling confusion,” our Good At Falling review reads.

“This sort of self-destruction is often the last resort of the wounded. Bain though has the perspective to take what she can from the times that were good as well.”

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