All Ears AVOW Explore Their Darker Side And Address Toxic Throwaway Culture With new Single, ‘L.O.V.E’

All Ears Avow continue their unrelenting adventure through more-ish melodies and arena-ready riffs with new single ‘L.O.V.E.’ The track sees the band exploring a darker side. As vocalist and guitarist Claire Sutton says: “L.O.V.E. is a dark Pop-Rock turn; full of emotional turmoil and desperation about an unhealthy obsession and desire you would do anything for, at any cost, but hating that position you’ve fallen into. There are so many different layers in this track and you could view it as being about an unhealthy relationship, substance addiction – choose your poison. For us, it’s more about materialism and our addiction to new things, new technology, new clothes, and the throw away culture we all hate and is destroying our environment. This was why we made the video we did and the message we were trying to get across. Why can’t we help ourselves?”

‘L.O.V.E.’ follows the band’s vibrant recent singles ‘Be That Nothing’ and ‘Asleep At The Wheel’

Check out the video for ‘L.O.V.E.’ below.

For fans of hook-filled music from Kids In Glass Houses to Paramore to Bon Jovi, All Ears Avow hail from Wiltshire and specialise in tracks that will lodge themselves well within your brain for days after you first lay ears on them. You can’t help but sing along to those choruses. The band’s line-up is completed by Jake Willcock on guitar, Joe Bishop on bass and Sean Ivens on drums. They’ve supported the likes of Decade, Milk Teeth, Mallory Knox and The Computers, as well as playing their own headline shows and festivals around the country. 

LIVE DATES:
Sun 22nd August – The Sometimes Festival, Eastbourne
Sun 29th August – MJB Festival, Cinderford 
Sat 13th November – The Shed, Leicester (W/ Chapter and Verse)
UK Headline tour w/ The Alchemy:
Mon 15th November – The Grey Lantern, Birmingham 
Tue 16th November – Chameleon Arts Cafe, Nottingham
Wed 17th November –  Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
Thu 18th November – The Black Heart, London
Fri 19th November – Penny Theatre, Canterbury
Sat 20th November – The Victoria, Swindon
Sun 21st November – The Bunkhouse, Swansea

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