The Lathums have today released a digital ‘Live From Sefton Park’ album, allowing fans to re-live their historic performance at the live music pilot event in Liverpool. The Wigan band cemented their position as one of the most exciting names in music when they performed in front of 5,000 people, alongside Katie Owen, Zuzu and
Scotts have teamed up with This Feeling and Modern Sky to bring together a host of the UK’s best up and coming musical talent to release a cover of The Farm‘s classic hit, “All Together Now”. All proceeds from the Artists United Collective track will go to the Music Venue Trust in support of the #SaveOurVenues campaign. The track
The Lathums have today released their new single, ‘Oh My Love‘, the first new music of the year from the BBC Sound Poll 2021 shortlisters. It follows the recent announcement that the band would take to the stages of Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse, Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom and London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town as part of an expanded and upgraded, 21-date headline UK Tour this
One of the most highly regarded up-and-coming bands, The Lathums have upgraded and extended their UK headline tour, which sold out in seconds after first release. The dates include Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse on October 16th, a signal of just how far this band has already come in a short space of time, as we still await their debut
2020 was a great year for music and a saving grace for many as we struggled through lockdowns and tiered restrictions. So here’s to hoping 2021 is going to deliver the goods once more. It was, of course, a strong year for the likes of Biffy Clyro, The 1975, The Cribs, Everything Everything and Blossoms.
Considering what an awful year 2020 has been for all, it has been a stand-out year for music, with plenty of great new tracks to keep us going through lockdowns and restrictions. We recently documented our Top 10 Albums of 2020, which was a hard enough job in itself. However, narrowing down the Top 10