The Lathums show goes on general sale from December 8th.
We’ve followed the band on this live journey which has continued to grow since their 2021 debut album How Beautiful Life Can Be, and caught them at the Bristol Trinity just a short time after that release.
“With as many songs as they now have in their armoury, and a show that comprises little over an hour, a three-song solo acoustic set by the lead singer is a surprising move, and unintentionally lays the foundations for his inevitable solo jaunts,” our review reads.
“Although it’s another big singalong (he doesn’t even try the chorus and leaves the crowd to it for All My Life), there is little reason that these songs couldn’t have been given the full band treatment. It’s all very ‘third album’.”
When his bandmates return they have changed attire, testament to how sweaty the venue is, before a closing salvo of rockier tracks; although track 1 on the album, Circle Of Faith hints there is even more Smithsian music to come, while Sad Face Baby is a dark and intense beast built over a bass riff.