Connect with us

Album News

HIMALAYAS Release Anthemic New Single “Leave This Place”

Taken from their new album, ‘From Here To Hell’ Himalayas have released new single “Leave This Place”. Check out the track here.



Himalayas. Press Photo

Ahead of their debut album release in May, HIMALAYAS have released “Leave This Place” the latest single from their upcoming album From Hell To Here.

Recorded at Mwnci Studios in West Wales with Steff Pringle, the track was mixed by GRAMMY-Award winning producer, Dave Sardy (Royal Blood, Josh Homme, Rage Against The Machine).

Check out the track here:

Frontman Joe Williams has explained of the writing process,

“‘Leave This Place’ is a song about being stuck in a place that you never wanted to be. You try your best to get out but always find yourself right back where you started. This song was written towards the tail end of a lockdown, and I think it was a huge piece in the puzzle of our debut album. Even before I sent the demo to the rest of the band, I knew it would translate to everyone straight away. Once we started playing it together, we knew then that it had to make the album!”

The Cardiff-based quartet have just been added to the In It Together festival line up where they will perform alongside Jake Bugg, Twin Atlantic, Dream State and more on May 26th, at Old Park Farm in Wales.

From Hell To Here Track Listing:

1. From Hell To Here
2. Darkest Before The Dawn
3. Somebody Else
4. Into The Trap
5. Mistakes
6. The Mirror
7. Alone
8. Leave This Place
9. Out Of The Dark And Into The Light
10. Flatline
11. Will We Make It
12. After

From Hell To Here will be released via Nettwerk on May 5th, 2023. Pre-order your copy here.

Artwork for “From Here To Hell” by Himalayas

Artwork for “From Here To Hell” by Himalayas

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.