London five-piece, Mono Club are set to release a new single on fledgling imprint LGM Records on Wednesday the27th of September 2017.
‘Memory Critical’, the follow up to their BBC 6 Music play listed debut ‘Sky High And Submarine’, was Self-produced in London and mixed by Dave Eringa (Manic Street Preachers). Available digitally at all major outlets, the new single is future perfect harmony filled pop at it’s very best and is a hint at what to expect from their eagerly awaited debut album which is expected to arrive early next year.
Fully formed just over eighteen months ago, the Mono Club line up of John Herbert, Dan Bell, Jake Bowser, Nicky Francis and Kyle Hall have since been stuck in studios and bedrooms putting together and recording the songs that will eventually feature on their as yet untitled long player. Venturing out to perform the occasional live show, the band recently played for Sadiq Khan in Trafalgar Square as part of London Is Open campaign and also appeared on Buzzfeed’s Facebook page which went out to over one million followers.
The aforementioned ‘Sky High And Submarine’ single was on the 6Music playlist, for over a month on its release late last year and Steve Lamacq has since described them as one of his favourite new bands around.
Mono Club will play the following live dates in September, more dates will be announced in the very near future.
LIVE DATES: SEP 22ND REEPERBAHN FESTIVAL, HAMBURG
SEP 26TH THE VICTORIA, DALSTON, LONDON E8
OCT 10TH #BLOGTOBER / MIX IT ALL UP, THE FINSBURY, LONDON
LGM Records was officially launched at a sell-out event at the Groucho Club in Soho on the 27th of March 2017. Their ‘tester’ single, ‘Sky High and Submarine’ by Mono Club, went straight onto the playlist at BBC 6 Music and their most recent signing Jo Goes Hunting have already racked up over half a million plays on Spotify.
The London based label has recruited the creative talents of songwriter and producer James Dale (Goldheart Assembly) and former vice-president of A&R for Epic Records, Ian Dench (EMF), to oversee A&R and artist development.
Their night LGM Live presents secret and intimate showcases at the Groucho Club and has seen recent performances from the likes of Ed Harcourt, Chris Difford, Dan Croll, Teddy Thompson, Starsailor, The Magic Numbers, Kathryn Williams, Ian Dench, Fiona Bevan, Goldheart Assembly and The Treetop Flyers.
LGM Records are set to announce further new signings and live nights in the very near future.