(Updated) The Sherlocks announce new album, stream new single

Watch the video for new single 'NYC (Sing It Loud)'

The Sherlocks 2019 Credit Andrew Cotterill

Credit: Andrew Cotterill

Sheffield’s The Sherlocks have just announced the release of their second album Under Your Sky on October 4th through Infectious MusicThe artwork and tracklisting for the album can be found below. The boys have also just premiered the album’s first single, NYC (Sing It Loud) which comes with a video starring This Is England actor and friend of the band, Thomas Turgoose. Watch below.

Frontman Kiaran Crook comments on new single NYC (Sing It Loud):

It was the first proper American tour we’d done and I was blown away by the place. The other side was wishing certain people could be there to see it with me… Even though I’m in New York, I’m still thinking about people at home who I wish could see New York who have never been and may never go

Under Your Sky follows on from the critically acclaimed 2017 debut album Live For The Moment. Since then, the band have been busy playing up and down the country. This summer, they will open for The Kooks alongside Sea Girls at Castlefield Bowl in Manchester and play several festivals across Europe.

The Sherlocks Under Your Sky cover artwork

Under Your Sky tracklisting:

  1. I Want It All
  2. NYC (Sing It Loud)
  3. Waiting
  4. Magic Man
  5. Dreams
  6. Time To Go
  7. Give It All Up
  8. One Day
  9. Now & Then
  10. Step Inside
  11. Under Your Sky

In October, the band will return to the UK for a run of headline shows. The 14 date headline tour will stop in Dublin, Belfast, Cardiff, Nottingham, Glasgow, Southampton, Liverpool, Sheffield and London among others. Fans who sign up for the band’s newsletter will receive a chance to purchase pre-sale tickets (no purchase necessary). Tickets can be found here.

Under Your Sky is available to pre-order on digital and limited edition physical formats via the band’s website.

Video: The Sherlocks – NYC (Sing It Loud)

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