BIRTHDAY RECORDS is excited to announce the return of Hull punk poets LIFE with their fine new double 'A' side release 'Money' and 'Crawling', released on 17th March and available as limited edition 7" and download.
Formed just a year ago, the last twelve months have gone by in a bit of blur for the Hull quartet, whose punchy guitar hooks and pop-poem lyrics have already garnered love from Steve Lamacq, John Kennedy,The Fly and NME Radar, and bagged them airplay on 6Music, XFM, Radio 1 and Amazing Radio for their infectious debut single 'I Wanna Forget'.
Brothers Mez (lead vocals/guitar) and Mick (guitar/vocals) bring their self-confessed love of pop culture (everything from Steinbeck and Breaking Bad to Disneyland), DIY punk and the dirt of the city into their funny, frenetic, lovelorn, f**k-you word plays, whilst Loz (bass) brings the hot rhythm and Rich (drums) the relentless punk kick that you would expect from a man who can rip an apple clean in two.
All this mainlines into their furious live show, which can and should be witnessed at the venues below, as LIFE embark on a bunch of UK dates to support the release.
Both tracks were produced by former Kaiser Chief Nick Hodgson at his studio in London.
21st Feb The Polar Bear (Free) HULL
27th Feb BBC Introducing Live HULL
11th Mar The Sesh (Free) HULL
15th Mar Crash Records (Free Instore) LEEDS
15th Mar Pop Sex Ltd (Free Instore) SUNDERLAND
19th Mar The Garage LONDON
20th Mar Bunkers DUNDEE (Free)
21st Mar Factory Records GLASGOW (Free)
22nd Mar Cellar 35 ABERDEEN
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