For fans of Spanish Love Songs, the wait for their new album, ‘No Joy’ is almost over. However, ahead of its August 25th release through Pure Noise, the quintet have shared ‘Marvel’, the final track to be shared before the album’s release
The track captures Spanish Love Songs‘ gloomy-yet-optimistic lyrics and counters it with an Americana-esque rock sound.
“’Marvel’ is the backbone of the album thematically,” says vocalist and guitarist Dylan Slocum. “It was written for a friend, and the chorus was a throwaway joke that has just sort of stuck. It’s probably the most positive song I’ve ever written, and a response to every complaint I’ve ever lodged in other songs. Find the things you need to stay afloat. Piss off the cosmic forces that would see you perish. Find what you need. Stay alive.”
Spanish Love Songs will be back in the UK later this year, supporting Hot Mulligan on the following dates.
31st Pryzm, Kingston
1st Stylus, Leeds (Sold Out)
2nd Academy 2, Manchester
3rd SWG3, Glasgow (upgraded) (Sold Out)
5th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (Sold Out)
6th SWX, Bristol (Sold Out)
7th o2 Kentish Town Forum, London (Low Tickets)
8th o2 Academy 2, Birmingham (Sold Out)