Indie rock band W.H Lung released a new song ‘Symmetry’

By Alex Brown - 1.11.19

We've got wind that W. H. Lung's 'Incidental Music' will be the number one album in the end of year lists in some of the country's best independent records shops. Fresh from the acclaim of their debut album, the band release a brand new one-off single Symmetry ahead of their  winter tour.

'Symmetry' takes you for a wander through their hometown of Manchester via scattered statues (Alan Turing, Friedrich Engels, Queen Victoria) whilst highlighting the massive homeless problem in the city. The band will donate their profits to Mustard Tree & Booth Centre, two local charities dedicated to the issue - grab it from Melodic

Singer Joseph E. "There’s a statue of Alan Turing in a small park just off canal street in Manchester city centre. The statue has always struck me as odd, the face is quite childishly done and Turing seems to be offering his fruit to passers-by. People often sit with him and take pictures. The park is also regularly attended by the homeless community of Manchester. As visible a presence on the streets now as the statues of the great and famous."

The group will take 'Incidental Music' on a victory lap around the following dates late November:

Tour Dates:

22/11 – Riverside, Newcastle
23/11 – Moles, Bath
24/11 – Patterns, Brighton
25/11 – Rich Mix, London
26/11 – Academy 3, Manchester

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