Dunscroft based Saints Among Us have released a new single ahead of their upcoming debut album.
The four-piece have appeared at numerous festivals over the summer and have been gigging around various venues whilst writing tracks for their debut album.
Their third single, which will feature on the album, is released today (Thurs 28 Sept) and is available via online music streaming services.
A spokesperson for the band said: “We’ve been working so hard on our debut album recently and to celebrate we’re releasing ‘How We Fall’, which is taken from it”.
“We really hope you enjoy it”.
The band thanked fans for their ‘amazing support’ and said to expect more from them over the next few months: “We’re committing to bringing you an eleven track album, release date to be finalised, but hopefully this will give you a small taster of what to expect”.
The quartet, Adam Waggott (percussion), Brad Waggott (guitar), Maddy Chesman (vocals) and Joseph Williamson (bass), recently recorded their own version of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Halleluja’ with a video shot in St Lawrence Church, Hatfield. “It’s a lovely church”, they said. “Hallelujah is a good song and we enjoyed doing it”.
The band will also be supporting Nottinghamshire rockers The Lost Days throughout the first two weeks of November with, amongst others, gigs in Leicester, Manchester, Nottingham and Doncaster before playing at Sheffield’s o2 Academy on Friday 17 November. Tickets for the o2 academy gig are available from the band on 07739 826336 or through their facebook page.
A preview of the single ‘How We Fall’ is below: