This morose, acoustic tune comes alongside an animated, pixel-art video created by Stefanie Grunwald and tells the story of a person whose accomplice is in hospital with COVID-19, just for her struggling to finish in tragedy.
“I felt a nervous warmth when writing ‘Get Better’,” stated frontman Joe Newman. “The context of the coronavirus pandemic lent my phrases a chilling weight and gave me a brand new sense of duty as a lyricist. Whilst the direct occasions described are fictional, I imagine – or I hope – that it’s emotionally essentially the most trustworthy tune I’ve written.”
Bandmate Gus Unger-Hamilton confessed that when he first heard the monitor, he was reasonably emotional. “I didn’t simply get a bit tearful, I broke down. A giant, massive cry. A cry of the 12 months,” he revealed.
The monitor follows preliminary single launch ‘U&Me’; the primary from their upcoming fourth album ‘The Dream’, which additionally marks their fourth collaboration with producer Charlie Andrew.
The band have simply introduced their UK and Ireland tour for May 2022, which can comply with their North American tour starting in February.
‘The Dream’ will likely be launched on February eleventh 2022 via Infectious Records.