Another Sky Announce New Album ‘Beach Day’, Share New Single

    Another Sky have announced a new album, Beach Day, which is set for release on March 1 via Republic/Fiction. It includes the previously unveiled singles ‘Psychopath’, ‘A Feeling’, ‘Burn the Way’, and ‘Uh Oh!’, and today, they’ve shared the song ‘Aimee Caught A Moth’, which does not appear on the album. Check it out below.

    “We weren’t sure exactly how to announce the record,” vocalist Catrin Vincent said in a statement. “It felt like it needed more than words. And we’ve already released plenty of songs from it. So we gift to you a B-side, ‘Aimee Caught A Moth’. This was one of the songs that fell through the net but one we still love. It’s a very literal song written in the depths of lockdown, when my flatmate Aimee caught and released a moth from a cobweb. It felt incredibly significant and songworthy. Aimee is an incredible person and deserves a song.”

    Talking about the LP, Vincent added: “We thought we’d finished our second record back in 2019 when we released I Slept on the Floor. But time is a complicated beast. And in the depths of lockdown, a completely new vision arose, one that we all knew we needed to follow instead. That vision was Beach Day. It’s a story about moving through personal winters and finding the light. It’s about acknowledging your whole self; your shadow side, your anger, your sadness… and learning to love those parts of yourself in order to move through it. We hope you can hear the beginnings of transformation in it.”

    Revisit our Artist Spotlight interview with Another Sky.

    Beach Day Cover Artwork:

    Beach Day Tracklist:

    1. Beach Day
    2. The Pain
    3. A Feeling
    4. Uh Oh!
    5. I Never Had Control
    6. Death Of The Author
    7. Burn The Way
    8. Psychopath
    9. Playground
    10. City Drones
    11. I Caught On Fire
    12. Star Roaming
    13. Swirling Smoke

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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