Brighton, England’s rising rock trio, Something Leather, has just unveiled their catchy new single, “Farewell Fareworse” and it only further bolsters the band’s dark trippy, alternative rock cause.

The single, released via feminist indie label We Can Do It Records, sees the group—vocalist/organist Phillie Etta Jane, drummer Mike Nussbaum, and guitarist Greg Pass—gearing up for the release of their debut EP, Midnight Reverie. Commenting on the track, Phillie Etta Jane states, “‘Farewell Fareworse’ is about desire and fear of change at the same time. It’s a bitter ode to personal traps and never-ending dilemmas.”

With a gig-filled 2019 now behind them, the band are set to tour as much as possible in 2020 to further amass more fervent fans. See below for show opportunities.

Upcoming Tour Dates:

04/18 – Hot Box – Chelmsford
04/20 – Hug and Pint – Glasgow
04/22 – Jacaranda – Liverpool
04/23 – Dead Wax Digbeth – Birmingham
04/24 – Shacklewell Arms – London
04/25 – The Lanes – Bristol
05/2 – Portsmouth Psych Fest
05/7 – 60 Million Postcards – Bournemouth
05/16 – The Peer Hat – Manchester

Artwork for ‘Farewell Fareworse’ by Something Leather

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