Fresh from their first UK headline tour, Irish rock band Fangclub have announced the release of their highly personal new EP titled “True Love”. The 5 track EP, set for release on June 29th, is a fiery collection of Fangclub’s unique brand of alternative rock.
Speaking honestly about the music and its lyrical content, enigmatic frontman Steven King said this of the EP.

“‘True Love’ is a collage of an intense year that almost ended the band. Last year I became infatuated with the idea of True Love. But not just love of a person. Love of drink, drugs, people, actions & habits. Anything can be your “One True Love” if you let it.
Love can be painful. True Love can cut deep like a Knife. “Knife” was my skewed idea of an obsessed love (at the time). It’s the introduction to the EP’s theme. Am I using you or are you using me? I don’t care, I need you. Keep me alive, kill me, keep me warm, make me cold, make me happy, make me sick, wake me up & make me sleep. I don’t mind being chained to you under the blanket of True Love.

“I’ll be anyone, I’ll be anything, swear I’ll behave……Twist the knife”



Track List

1. Knife
2. Heart Is A Landmine
3. Smother
4. Sweater Forever
5. High

2018 has already been a busy one for Fangclub, having toured with The Cribs, and Milk Teeth and Nervus as well as rocking the UK with their first headline tour. 2017 was a hell of a year for the band too. Not only did they release their self-titled debut album (available now on Vertigo Records) to mass critical acclaim but they also toured the UK and Ireland with their own headline dates as well as playing shows with Biffy Clyro, Muse, Pixies, and SWMRS. Fangclub have gathered major attention from the press (Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Upset) and specialist DJ’s at BBC Radio 1 (Annie Mac, Huw Stephens, Daniel P.Carter, Phil Taggart), and Kerrang! Radio with their monstrous tracks ‘Bullet Head’, ‘Loner’, ‘Dreamcatcher’ and ‘Bad Words.

Catch the band live at the following shows this summer:

June

1st Vestrock, Hulst, The Netherlands
2nd K-Fest, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland

July

13th 2000 Trees, Cheltenham, UK
20th Truck Festival, Oxford UK
27th Sunflower Festival, Lisburn, Northern Ireland