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Natives release new single ‘Passion’

New Forest tribal-pop quartet have today released their new single ‘Passion’ through LAB Records / The Santi Collective. The single premiered with Clash who said, Natives have always sought out unusual sounds, elements that differ from the normThe complex, interweaving rhythms are led by a neat melody.

On the writing process for the new single, guitarist Jack Fairbrother explains, “’Passionwas the first song we wrote for this album, although it lived in an almost-finished state for over two years! The song tells a specific part of our overall album narrative, but the general theme is about the nervous feeling you get when faced with sharing things close to your heart. Its about wanting to know that someone will care about something as much as you do.


‘Passion’ is the latest taste of their forthcoming 20-track concept album, out next year. It follows the release of their previous singles ‘Stop The Rain’ and ‘Chasing Lions’, which burst with their worldly pop sound.

Natives will be heading out on a full UK tour with ex-Paramore guitarist Josh Farro and his upcoming solo project Farro. Starting today at the Waterfront Studio, Norwich, the nine-date tour will call at all major cities and finish at London’s Borderline on November 29th. Full tour details can be found below:

17/11 – Norwich, Waterfront Studio
18/11 – Leeds, Key Club
19/11 – Newcastle. Think Tank
20/11 – Glasgow, Cathouse
22/11 – Manchester, Sound Control
23/11 – Nottingham, Bodega
24/11 – Birmingham, Mama Roux’s
25/11 – Kingston, Fighting Cocks
26/11 – Bath, Moles
28/11 – Southampton, Joiners
29/11 – London, Borderline

‘Passion’ is now available on Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/album/5fVCOC5RC6DG2ErXZL34ZI

Tickets for the Farro tour are available through Ticketmaster – http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/Farro-tickets/artist/2068270

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