Alt rock quartet LILIUM have release the follow up to their debut single ‘Disappear,’ The gut wrenching ‘Clearly Me,’ is a stinging track combining the elements of funk and pop creating a punchy roller-coaster ride of three and a half minutes of style that builds towards a crescendo of feeling and mood. After having released their first single with indie record label ‘Deathly Records’ which gained them a premiere with Getintothis and recurrent radio play on the likes of BBC introducing and Radio.
The band started life in the South West, and consisting of Samuel Dobbyn, Graeme Haywood, and siblings Andrew and Emma Heselton, Lilium’s success was capped with receiving the Cornish Guardian’s What’s on Cornwall ‘Best Live Act’. Pinning down impressive supports with Young Kato, and with The 1975 at Boardmasters Festival has also greatly aided their progression. More recently, the four piece upped sticks and relocated to Liverpool, gathering more support slots with bands such as GrumbleBee and DemobHappy.
Having been compared to Foals and Wolf Alice LILIUM are set to make serious waves this year a favourite of BBC’s Dave Monks the band have been highlighted as ones to watch for 2017.