Admiral Fallow return with a brand new single, ‘Sleepwalking’ – via Chemikal Underground.

For their first new material in six years, the Glasgow act have teamed up with the revered indie imprint for this track as well as a new album, details of which will follow later this year.

The partnership comes in part due to the band’s relationship with producer Paul Savage, who worked on the group’s three albums – ‘Boots Met My Face’ (2010), ‘Tree Bursts In Snow‘ (2012), and ‘Tiny Rewards’ (2015).

Savage works out of Blantyre’s Chem19, the studio in which ‘Sleepwalking’ was recorded in 2019, and which was established by the label and by the members of The Delgados, the drummer’s former band.

The new long-player was recorded by the same lineup as their 2010 debut: Louis Abbott (guitar, vocals), Kevin Brolly (keys, synths, clarinet), Phil Hague (drums), Sarah Hayes (keys, vocals, flute) and Joe Rattray (bass).

‘Sleepwalking’ is available to download via Bandcamp as well as at the Chemikal Underground online shop, and can also be streamed.

The band also have confirmed a UK tour for later in 2021 – starting in Stirling on November 19th, they also play Aberdeen the following night, and after taking in Newcastle, Liverpool, Leeds, Nottingham, Sheffield, Birmingham, London, Bristol, and Manchester, finish with two Glasgow shows at St Luke’s.

Jockrock says: “A dream team partnership, with Paul Savage’s understated production on this slow-building, evocative track welcoming the band back into our lives.”

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