Starsailor release new track ‘Take A Little Time

Firing on all cylinders as they blast back into public consciousness, Starsailor have revealed another track from their upcoming album All This Life, which is set for release on September 1st via Cooking Vinyl.

One of the most upbeat tracks from the album, both lyrically and musically, ‘Take A Little Time’ bounces with a pulsing bass groove and driving funk beat, featuring glimmering guitars and vocals that glide into soaring falsetto, invoking a joyous message about staying true to yourself.

Lead singer James Walsh comments, “’Take a Little Time’ is a departure from the heavier, more emotional moments on the album. It’s about letting go once in a while & taking some time to yourself, and to just be yourself. We wanted the rhythm and energy of the song to reflect the uplifting message of the lyrics”.


The track follows the release of the album’s title track single ‘All This Life’ as well as the introductory ‘Listen To Your Heart’. All three tracks are now available as instant downloads with pre-orders of the album HERE.

All This Life is the band’s fifth studio album and their first release since 2009, showcasing Starsailor as a reborn and re-energised band, making outstanding music which will delight their existing fans and inspire a whole new generation to fall in love with them.

The album will be released on Digital, CD and vinyl LP (standard 12” and limited edition coloured 12”) formats. Signed and exclusive bundles are also available from the Official Starsailor Store HERE.

Starsailor played the Big Top Stage at Isle of Wight Festival in June and performed at British Summer Time in London’s Hyde Park supporting Phil Collins and Blondie in July. They will be embarking on a UK headline tour in October – see the full dates below.

Tickets are on sale now from

12th– Cambridge, Junction
13th – Norwich, Waterfront
14th – Bristol, Bierkeller
16th – Leeds, Beckett Students’ Union
17th– Birmingham, O2 Institute 2
18th– Sheffield, Leadmill
19th– Liverpool, Academy
21st– Newcastle, Boiler Shop
22nd– Glasgow, O2 ABC
24th– Manchester, O2 Ritz
25th– Brighton, Concorde 2
26th– London, KOKO

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