Errors are ready to release the follow-up to 2012’s Have Some Faith In Magic. The new album, entitled Lease of Life, was composed on the remote Hebridean Isle Of Jura in Scotland. That’s where George Orwell wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four. That’s also where The KLF have reportedly burned a million pounds back in 94.
According to the album’s blurb, Errors’ new album “is also the band’s most cohesive album statement to date: a start-to-finish experience that’s bound by recurring constituents and accomplished craft.”
Bek Oliva of Edinburgh’s outfit Magic Eye, who had guested on vocals in the trio’s previous album, has once again been recruited for vocal duties, along with vocalist Cecilia Stamp.
Lease Of Life will see the light of day on March 23rd via Rock Action Records. We’re hoping that day comes quick, considering the amazing title track being offered as a first taste.
Coinciding with the album release, Errors will embark on a UK tour in March and April, with a show at Oslo in London on April 2nd 2015. Check all the other dates and other info here. Now enjoy ‘Lease Of Life’.