Låpsley Announces New LP, "Long Way Home"
The buzz is only growing for British artist Låpsley. After making an absolute splash with her debut EP in 2015, Understudy, and her summer single "Hurt Me," she's continuing the momentum with not only announcing new music, but a full-length album. The title is to be Long Way Home (peep the artwork below)
Long Way Home will be released March 4th via XL Recordings. Primarily recorded with the label’s in-house producer Rodaidh McDonald, it also features additional production from the ever-so talented Mura Masa and, impressively enough, Paul O’Duffy (known for his work with Amy Winehouse.)
When speaking of the new project, Lapsley said,
“It’s an autobiography of my emotions and events over the past year. Everything that’s happened, I’ve channelled in some way into a song – whether that’s the theme of a long distance relationship, or something that he’s said, or the way that I’ve felt, or an argument. I only revisit the memories of that relationship when I go into the studio. I think it’s helped me, to be able to collect everything for those moments when I’m writing. I think that’s what’s driven this album.”
Check out the album sampler below and a full list of tracks for Long Way Home.
Long Way Home Tracklist:
02. Hurt Me
03. Falling Short
05. Operator (He Doesn’t Call Me)
07. Tell Me The Truth
09. Love Is Blind
12. Seven Months