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Lonely The Brave prepare for victory with debut album repackage

Lonely The Brave have revealed they’re to release a special extended version of their debut album.

Titled ‘The Day’s War – Victory Edition’, the 2 CD effort includes 12 as yet unreleased tracks, four of which are brand new songs. Fans pre-ordering now will receive ‘Backroads (redux)’ as an instant download.

Explaining the re-interpretations of some of their best loved tracks, the band say:

“The basic thought process for us was to take the songs apart, and rebuild them in a completely different mindset to how they were originally created. This was one of the most fun and challenging things we have ever done as a band. Songs do not need to be represented by one set context. The feelings and emotions contained within are a living and breathing entity in their own right which should be allowed to develop.”

The tracklisting will be as follows:

Disc One
1. Intro
2. Trick of the Light
3. Backroads
4. Islands
5. Dinosaurs
6. Deserter
7. Untitled
8. King of the Mountain
9. Victory Line
10. Black Saucers
11. The Blue The Green
12. The Day’s War
13. Call of Horses
14. Outro

Disc Two
1. Control
2. Oceana
3. River, River
4. Science
5. Backroads Redux (IG)
6. Black Saucers Redux
7. Deserter Redux
8. Islands Redux
9. Trick Of The Light *
10. Call Of Horses*
11. Streets Of Philadelphia*
12. All Is Full Of Love*

*Live From Angel Studios

Lonely The Brave will also play a tiny one off show at the Tabernacle in London on 3rd June where they’ll play stripped back songs and tracks from the album. The band will also head out on tour with Twin Atlantic this May, and play the main stage at Reading & Leeds in August.

23rd Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms (SOLD OUT)
24th Bristol, The Exchange (SOLD OUT)


5th Manchester, Albert Hall
7th London, O2 Academy Brixton
8th Birmingham, O2 Academy
9th Glasgow, SSE Hydro

3rd London, Tabernacle

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