After four years of releasing the occasional single, Brooklyn-based synth-pop band Nation Of Language is finally ready to share its debut album with the world. Their new album, A Way Forward, comes out today and marks a departure from their earlier work in favour of a more experimental and Krautrock-inspired sound.
Featuring tracks like ‘From The Hill’, A Way Forward is an emotionally charged collection of songs that perfectly captures the trials and tribulations of modern life, from the simplest forms of human connection to surviving a world in which political and corporate machines spew a constant stream of digital pollution.
To celebrate the release of this new album, Nation Of Language is hitting the road for a UK and Ireland tour, starting today in Brighton and continuing through cities like Bristol, London, Birmingham, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, and Dublin. Be sure to grab your tickets soon, as these shows will sell out quickly!
So if you’re a fan of synth-infused indie rock, don’t miss out on Nation Of Language’s highly anticipated new album and tour. Check them out today, and prepare to get swept up in their infectious energy and undeniable talent.
21st November – CHALK, Brighton
22nd November – Fleece, Bristol
24th November – Electric Brixton, London
26th November – Institute 2, Birmingham
27th November – The Cluny, Newcastle
29th November – The Caves, Edinburgh
30th November – Classic Grand, Glasgow
1st December – Gorilla, Manchester
2nd December – O2 Academy, Liverpool (UPGRADED)
3rd December – Whelans, Dublin
Get your tickets here!