Planet share title track of debut album ‘Information Overload’

UK tour this May

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Having recently announced their hotly anticipated debut album Information Overload for March 11th, Aussie rockers PLANET today drop the album’s title track alongside a brand new video. Watch and listen below.

The track follows on from recent singles Need More and Resign as well as the Maybe Someday EP. Frontman Matt Took comments on the video for title track Information Overload

We wanted the video for ‘Information Overload’ to be as intense and sporadic as humanly possible so the idea was to make three separate clips and add in affected news clipping and ads. The final product was filming these clips projected on old TV/broadcast monitors – quite obviously portraying the title of the song, but subtly highlighting how when there is so much going on you can’t think at all or do anything with clarity.

On previous single Need More, Guitarist Tommy Peppitt adds:

It’s the first time we’ve had a piano feature more prominently on a track. We also explored the synth world a bit and tried to push the song a bit further sonically. For me, it’s definitely a bit of a curveball track on the album and I can’t wait to play it live.

On top of the album announcement, the band have also announced a 13 date UK and Ireland tour for 2022. Having toured alongside DMA’s and Liam Gallagher in the past, this will be the band’s first UK headline tour. Tickets are available here*.

PLANET May 2022 UK & Ireland tour dates

11th May – The Garage, London
15th May – Gorilla, Manchester
16th May – The Castle and Falcon, Birmingham
17th May – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
19th May – Leadmill, Sheffield
20th May – G2, Glasgow
21st May – The Mash House, Edinburgh
22nd May – Riverside, Newcastle
24th May – O2 Academy, Liverpool
25th May – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
26th May – Thekla, Bristol
27th May – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
28th May – The Grand Social, Dublin

Information Overload tracklist

  1. Lost My Honesty
  2. Hard To Come By
  3. Resign
  4. Always Something
  5. Northern Skyline
  6. Need More
  7. Ship Won’t Change
  8. Aching Dream
  9. Information Overload
  10. You, Just a Little More
  11. Pulse
  12. One To Keep You

Information Overload is available to pre-prder on limited edition vinyl here*.

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Deborah Jacobs

Music blogger by night, SEO by day. Started Indie is not a Genre in 2011, will always prefer live music over recordings and intimate pub gigs over arena shows.

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