UK ALTERNATIVE QUARTET LILIUM ANNOUNCE DETAILS OF THEIR NEW SINGLE

lilium-band-photoLiverpool alt-combo Lilium are to release their stunning new single ‘Disappear’ on Monday 28th November through Deathly Records / Ditto Music.

Expressing an intoxicating sound that tips its hat to everyone from Jeff Buckley, Pearl Jam and Muse to more progressive acts such as Yes and The Dear Hunter, Lilium’s music is powerfully melodic and moving, and has a relatable coherence that belies the complex and intricate craft used to create it, making it all the more unique and engulfing.

Having started life in the South West, and consisting of Samuel Dobbyn, Graeme Haywood, and siblings Andrew and Emma Heselton, the band’s success was capped with receiving the Cornish Guardian‘s What’s on Cornwall ‘Best Live Act’.

The pinning down of impressive supports with Young Kato, and with The 1975 at Boardmasters Festival has also greatly aided their progression.

More recently, the four-piece upped sticks and relocated to Merseyside, gathering more support slots with such outfits as Grumble Bee and Demob Happy.

Lilium have just been snapped up by emerging indie label Deathly Records, and are now poised to release their first single, ‘Disappear’, under the label later this month.

The track perfectly showcases the group’s charisma and diversity, as the single washes over you with a magnetising hook and thoughtful arrangements that keenly highlight the innovative crew’s classy song-writing ability.

Armed with an eye-catching animated video, further material, and widespread shows during the start of the year, Lilium are certainly ones to watch for 2017!

CATCH LILIUM AT THEIR SINGLE LAUNCH PARTY ON FRIDAY 25TH NOVEMBER AT 24 KITCHEN STREET, LIVERPOOL.

MORE INFO AT:  https://www.facebook.com/Liliumband/ & https://twitter.com/liliumbanduk

 

 

 

 

 

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