Nine shows at existing venues have also moved from April and May to new nights this winter. Featured press photo by Sam Crowston

Share Moore says of the track: “The opening line: ‘your face seems to have sunken, in the event of my demise’ starts a back and forth with someone who is no longer with us, talking from above. “Moving on, lines like ‘time is weak and demanding of me’ are a concession to the fact that life moves on, it’s too short and there’s no need to hang on to negativity. 

“It’s upbeat and happy, a complete juxtaposition to the starting point for the song when I was a hurting teenager.”

Watch the music video for ‘Oh My Love’ here. The track was written in the long shadow of personal loss, roused by the chiming tangle of multi-instrumentalist Scott Concepcion’s celestial guitar and piano lines. 

‘Oh My Love’ is in and for the times when life’s storm clouds gather, it’s one in a succession of songs that poured from bookish Moore’s heart as a prodigious 16-year-old, finding sense in music when the world had failed to make any sense at all. All previously purchased tickets remain valid for rescheduled dates. The Lathums’ generation-defining live experience grows at a pace equal to the band’s songwriting stature. Ones To Watch 2021 artist The Lathums has announced a huge rescheduled live tour this autumn earlier this month, and have just released a new single ‘Oh My Love’. 

Set for a huge hometown show at O2 Victoria Warehouse in Manchester, the four-piece have upgraded eight venues and added four new shows in Cambridge, Bristol, Southampton and Brighton. 

Singing songs of exuberant, youthful hope, The Lathums bring on even more reasons to be cheerful with fans around the UK getting another chance to grab tickets for their unmissable, rapid sell-out tour. 

‘Oh My Love’ is their latest effort fizzing with the rare creative friction that sets off sparks of glowing inspiration, singer and songwriter, Alex Moore’s profound lyrics. The full list of The Lathums 2021 UK Headline Tour dates are as follows:

Wed 29 Sep – Newcastle, O2 Academy*Thu 30 Sep – Birmingham, O2 Institute*Sat 2 Oct – Nottingham, Rock City*Mon 4 Oct – Cambridge, JunctionTue 5 Oct – Brighton, ConcordeThu 7 Oct – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town*Fri 8 Oct – Southampton, The 1865Sat 9 Oct – Bristol, SWXMon 11 Oct – Sheffield, O2 Academy*Tue 12 Oct – Leeds, O2 Academy*Thu 14 Oct – Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom*Sat 16 Oct – Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse*Fri 12 Nov – Hull, Social – SOLD OUT^Sun 14 Nov – Leicester, O2 Academy 2 – SOLD OUT^Mon 15 Nov – Stoke, Sugarmill – SOLD OUT^Tue 16 Nov – Cardiff, Globe^Wed 17 Nov – Oxford O2 Academy 2^Fri 3 Dec – Dunfermline, PJ Molloys – SOLD OUT^Sat 4 Dec – Dundee, Fat Sam’s^Mon 6 Dec – Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree – SOLD OUT^Tue 7 Dec – Edinburgh, The Liquid Room – SOLD OUT^

*Upgraded and Rescheduled Dates^Rescheduled Dates

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