Love Fame Tragedy – Live From SIR Hollywood

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Love Fame Tragedy (Murph from The Wombats’ side project), have today released their live EP Live from SIR, Hollywood. The new EP contains live versions of selected tracks which were recorded at the legendary Studio Instrument Rentals in Hollywood last October, which has welcomed the likes of Sting, Joan Jett and Nile Rogers in the past.

The first half of the EP was released last week, and featured the likes of the anthemic single Body Parts, the flawless Pills and their latest single, Multiply, which was written alongside Bastille’s Dan Smith. Multiply was released alongside its accompanying video of the session, which sees the track come to life.

Today sees the release of its second half, which features debut single My Cheating Heart, Please Don’t Murder Me (Part Two) and previous single Riding A Wave. Riding A Wave is a catchy, energetic number which tells the story of the emotional rollercoaster which can often occur in a relationship. Murph wears his heart on his sleeve within this track, beautiful lyrics combine wonderfully with amazing instrumentation.

This EP is uplifting and gives listeners a glimpse of what a Love Fame Tragedy show is like. It is exactly what music fans need in these dark times, with every release Murph and his bandmates prove their greatness further, proving to be an artist that will continue to flourish.

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Katie Macbeth

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Katie Macbeth is a freelance music journalist for Indie Is Not A Genre based out of Manchester, presenter of @drunktankthink, and post punk enthusiast.

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