An album of our times, ‘Sad Happy’ is formed of two diametrically distinctive sides – the first half of the...
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An album of our times, ‘Sad Happy’ is formed of two diametrically distinctive sides – the first half of the record contains the 'Happy' tracks, the latter the 'Sad' tracks.
+ Limited edition deluxe double LP is pressed on gold coloured vinyl.
Releasedvia the Prolifica Inc label, the album will be available on CD, standard single LP and a limited edition gold 2LP where the album is physically split in to 'Sad' and 'Happy' LPs.
Lead single ‘Jacqueline’ is unveiled today as the first taste of ‘Sad Happy’. Listen here. An infectious, Soweto-flavoured groove, ‘Jacqueline’ is another bold slice of bright, life-affirming pop from the pen of Kieran Shudall, who is establishing himself as one of Britain’s most prolific young songwriters. With it’s infectious chorus and refrain of‘Good times are coming around the bend’, Jacqueline is at once instantly recognisable and also another bold sonic leap forward for Circa Waves. It’s a song that’ll sit effortlessly amongst a setlist already brimming with anthems.
‘Sad Happy’ was written and produced in full by Kieran Shudall, and mixed by Grammy winners Dan Grech-Marguerat and Matt Wiggins. Today’s album announcement comes a little over six months after the release of April’s Top Ten Charting UK Album ‘What’s It Like Over There’. The prolific nature of Kierans’ writing, coupled with Circa Waves relentless appetite for playing live and their own label imprint, are cementing the Liverpool four piece’s reputation as one of the UK’s most dynamic and exciting bands.
1. Jacqueline 2. Be Your Drug 3. Move to San Francisco 4. Wasted On You 5. The Things We Knew Last Night 6. Call Your Name 7. Love You More 8. Sad Happy 9. Wake Up Call 10. Sympathy 11. Battered Bruised 12. Hope There’s a Heaven 13. Train to Lime Street 14. Birthday Cake