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Emma Way
Emma Way

Songwriting graduate, music journo and sad song enthusiast based in South Wales.

LA LUZ HAVE RETURNED WITH INFECTIOUS NEW SINGLE ‘ENDLESS AFTERNOON’.

Following up the success of their self-titled record, La Luz have returned with their latest single, Endless Afternoon,’ a track inspired by the landscapes of Northern California, discovered as La Luz’s Shana Cleveland spent slow days hiking the terrain above the Yuba River.

The new offering features a trembling guitar lick with an unexpectedly elevating melody that moves along at a steady, lullaby tempo. Three-part harmonies create a wall of sound unreplicable by any other instrument. The swelling production and space, enough for the soft, floating vocal to glide overhead untouched.

The track is available as part of a physical 7” release on July 7th, via Hardly Art, alongside an unreleased song named ‘San Fernando Shadow Blues.’ The soon to be released b-side can also be heard digitally on June 14th.

The band are headed out on a monster UK tour in the summer so catch them in a town or city near you:

[tickets here]

Thu. Jul. 7 – Brighton, UK – Chalk
Fri. Jul. 8 –  London, UK – BST Hyde Park
Sat. Jul. 9 – London, UK –  BST Hyde Park
Mon. Jul. 11 – Bristol, UK – Exchange
Tue. Jul. 12 – London, UK – Lafayette
Wed. Jul. 13 –  Manchester, UK –  Deaf Institute
Thu. Jul. 14 – Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club
Fri. Jul. 15 –  Doune, UK – Doune The Rabbit Hole