LOLA COLT ANNOUNCE DEBUT ALBUM RELEASE AND UK TOUR DATES THIS AUTUMN
‘Away From The Water’ is the highly anticipated debut album from London six piece Lola Colt. Produced by Bad Seed Jim Sclavunos, the album has been intricately crafted by the songwriting partnership of vocalist Gun Overbye and lead guitarist Matt Loft through a cinematic writing style born of a mutual love of vintage film and visual soundscapes.
Hailed as one of London’s most exciting and captivating live bands by fans and critics alike, this six-piece have been taking audiences by storm. Their shows have been described as “a spellbinding and dramatic experience with both sonic and visual intensity” and they make certain every show feels like a special event.
Crystallising their breathtaking live experience into physical form has been an intense and challenging experience as Matt explains “Our music is pure escapism and the thought of recording it felt strangely like trying to put up walls around a dream. What we strived to create is a timeless record that takes the listener on a journey to a different place with each listen”.
‘Driving Mr Johnny’ (Live at Lola Colt HQ)
‘Away From The Water’ is released through Fuzz Club Records on October 27th including a limited edition silkscreen gatefold coloured vinyl and will be supported by a full UK tour with further dates to be announced.
22 Oct – Glasgow – Nice N Sleazy
23 Oct – Stockton-on-Tees – Georgian Theatre
24 Oct – Hebden Bridge – The Trades Clubs
25 Oct – Manchester – Soup Kitchen
26 Oct – Leeds – Oporto
30 Oct – Bristol – Start The Bus
31 Oct – Amsterdam – Paradiso (London Calling)
2 Nov – Brighton – The Hope
4 Nov – London – Electrowerkz (album launch show)
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“Set to be one of the breakthrough bands of 2014… a must see live band”
“All motorcycle thrills and fuzzed up guitar lines”
“Brooding psychedelic rock”
“Feels like walking into Andy Warhol’s factory, you are in for a mind expanding treat”
The Line Of Best Fit
“Band of the year…2014 is theirs to own”
“Their psychedelia hued post-punk offers cinematic, saturated soundscapes”
Drowned In Sound
“Walking the line between bruising psych and intoxicating fuzz-pop with ease”