“Sad Face Baby” by The Lathums
The Lathums have collaborated with Jim Abbiss (Arctic Monkeys, Bombay Bicycle Club ) on “Sad Face Baby,” the band’s first new music to be revealed by the band since 2021’s How Beautiful Life Can Be. Having completed a celebratory UK Tour in autumn 2021 that took in iconic venues including Glasgow’s Barrowland Ballroom, London’s O2 Kentish Town Forum and a sold out, 3,500-capacity O2 Victoria Warehouse in Manchester, The Lathums returned from a debut, seven-date US Tour in March to hit their next great live landmark at Blackpool’s ornate, 125-year-old Empress Ballroom at the start of April.
Looking ahead to a busy summer, as headline stages at some of the UK’s biggest festivals call their name, plus being invited to support The Killers on their European arena tour.
Reflecting on Sad Face Baby and the last two years of the band’s lives, Moore says: “The Lathums has been a world of opportunity for us, but things still get to you. We have had to come to understand each other more and the ways the world works around us. Naivety and innocence have been lost and ‘Sad Face Baby’ is the sharper edge of what we can do as a band.”
The Lathums 2022 Tour Dates
Sat 23 April – Galway, Ireland, Roisin Dubh
Sun 24 April – Limerick, Ireland, Dolans
Mon 25 April – Dublin, Ireland, The Academy
Tue 27 April – Belfast, Limelight 1
Sat 30 April – Liverpool, Sound City
Fri 27 May – Warrington, Neighbourhood Weekender
Fri 17 June – Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany, Southside Festival
Sat 18 June – Scheessel, Germany, Hurricane Festival
Tue 12 June – Milan, Italy, Milano Summer Festival – supporting The Killers
Fri 1 July – Arras, France, Arras Main Square
Mon 4 July – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome –– supporting The Killers
Tue 5 July – Paris, France, La Seine Musicale – supporting The Killers
Fri 8 July – Glasgow, TRNSMT Festival
Tue 12 July – Vienna, Austria, Stadthalle –– supporting The Killers
Fri 15 July – Benicàssim, Spain, Festival Internacional de Benicàssim (FIB)
Fri 22 July – Saint Helens, Totally Wicked Stadium – supporting Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott
Sat 23 July – Doncaster, Keepmoat Stadium –supporting Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott
Fri 12 August – Newquay, Boardmasters Festival
Sat 20 August – Biddinghuizen, Netherlands, Lowlands Festival
Sun 21 August – Hasselt, Belgium, Pukkelpop Festival
Sat 27 August – Reading, Reading Festival
Sun 28 August – Leeds, Leeds Festival
Thu 1 September – Malaga, Spain, Cala Mijas Festival
Fri 2 September – Lisbon, Portugal, Kalorama Festival
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