“Times are Changing” – Lottery Winners Announce New Single and Album

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Rising indie-pop band, Lottery Winners have released a new single, ‘Times are Changing’, ahead of their upcoming 2nd album, ‘Something to Leave the House For’. The Leigh four-piece are in high spirits as they race out of lockdown with a fresh, positive soundtrack to post-pandemic life, with live music, summer festivals and a return to some sense of normality just around the corner.

Lottery Winners didn’t allow lockdown to halt their creativity, following up their 2020 debut album with the poignant ‘An Open Letter to Creatives’, as well as teaming up with Frank Turner on ‘Start Again’ and forming an unlikely transatlantic partnership with Nickelback for the ‘Rockstar Sea Shanty’.

The new album will be released on Friday 24th September via Modern Sky. Bassist and vocalist, Katie Lloyd commented: “If something so bleak and harrowing can hit us all, totally out of the blue, and change our lives, then by definition that must mean that something beautiful can too.”

You can listen to the new single HERE. You can catch the band playing live at newly announced and rescheduled UK tour dates this year, including O2 Ritz Manchester. Full dates are as follows, tickets available at www.thelotterywinners.co.uk

  • Sat 12 Jun           Manchester O2 Academy (socially distanced show) 
  • Fri 25 Jun            Sheffield, Tramlines Festival
  • Sat 30 June         Kendal, Kendal Calling,
  • Fri 6 Aug              Lincolnshire, Beyond The Woods Festival
  • Fri 13 Aug            The Boof Festival
  • Sat 14 Aug           Cardiff Castle (supporting Kaiser Chiefs) 
  • Sun 22 Aug          Devon, Beautiful Days Festival
  • Fri 22 Aug            Portsmouth, Victorious Festival
  • Sun 29 Aug          Bolton, Food and Drink Festival
  • Wed 1 Sep            Brighton, The Prince Albert
  • Thu 2 Sep             Southampton, Joiners
  • Fri 3 Sep               Birmingham, Castle and Falcon
  • Sat 4 Sep              Lancashire, Highest Point Festival
  • Sun 5 Sep             Nottingham, Bodega
  • Tue 7 Sep             Bristol, Thekla
  • Wed 8 Sep            Leeds, Key Club
  • Thu 9 Sep             Blackpool, Bootleg Social
  • Fri 10 Sep             Wigan, The Boulevard
  • Sat 11 Sep            Stoke, Sugarmill
  • Fri 17 Sep             Manchester, Food and Drink Festival
  • Sat 18 Sep            London, The Roundhouse (supporting Frank Turner)
  • Wed 22 Sep         Milton Keynes, Crauford Arms
  • Thu 23 Sep          London, Oslo
  • Sat 25 Sep           O2 Ritz, Manchester
  • Thu 30 Sep          Sheffield, The Leadmill
  • Sat 2 Oct              Liverpool, Sound City
  • Sat 9 Oct              Stockton-on-Tees, NE Volume
  • Fri 22 Oct             Macclesfield, Suburban Hymns Festival (main stage)
  • Sat 23 Oct            Newcastle, Hit the North Festival (main stage)
  • Sat 11 Dec           Birmingham, Sonic Wave Festival (main stage)
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