White Lies today share a brand new track Falling Out Without Me that follows last month’s Hurt My Heart, the two tracks recently recorded with US producer Andrew Wells (5 Seconds Of Summer, Fall Out Boy) in Los Angeles are also an addition on the digital re-release of Five out today whilst also available as a limited pressing double AA-sided 7” single on white vinyl – 500 via the band’s website and 500 on the band’s forthcoming live shows.
Meanwhile, the band’s lyricist and bass player Charles Cave explains the tracks origins; “Falling Out Without Me follows on the heels of Tokyo and having witnessed how our immersion into pure pop connected with our fanbase, come the summer and a gap in the touring schedule we decided to write and record two new songs. It’s a fairly abstract song about the feeling you’re losing yourself and becoming unhinged. Much like Tokyo, we wanted to write something with a lot of groove and a real ear-worm hook. It’s infectious, this one.”
2019 has proved a resurgent year for the West London trio, Five saw a return to the Top 20 on new label Play It Again Sam whilst retaining healthy support both here in the UK and further afield. Currently on a European live jaunt celebrating the tenth anniversary of their debut album To Lose My Life that culminates with a couple of shows at London’s Brixton O2 Academy in December.