Porridge Radio announce new album ‘Every Bad’ and share grungy video for ‘Sweet’

The record will arrive in March

Porridge Radio have confirmed details of the release of their debut album ‘Every Bad’ and have shared the video for its latest single, ‘Sweet’ — check it out below.

The Brighton four-piece were recently tipped as one of the acts to watch in 2020 in the NME 100.

‘Every Bad’ will be released on March 13 on Secretly Canadian. Speaking about her band’s debut record, lead singer Dana Margolin explained that much of the process of writing the album consisted of “figuring out how I want to exist in relation to others, and how to process my own feelings, how to be vulnerable, how to show people how I feel”.

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“I struggle with being vulnerable and being open, so that’s something I do through songs,” she added.

Porridge Radio have previewed ‘Every Bad’ with the release of the Sam Hiscox-directed video for their new single ‘Sweet’, which you can see below.

You can see the tracklist for ‘Every Bad’ below.

1. Born Confused
2. Sweet
3. Don’t Ask Me Twice
4. Long
5. Nephews
6. Pop Song
7. Give/Take
8. Lilac
9. Circling
10. (Something)
11. Homecoming Song

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Porridge Radio have also confirmed details of a UK tour in March and April to add to tomorrow night’s (January 17) album announcement show at Sister Midnight Records in London. You can see the band’s confirmed UK tour dates below.

January
17 – Sister Midnight Records – London [album announce show]

March
26 – Soup Kitchen – Manchester
27 – Studio 2 – Liverpool
28 – Ritual Union Festival, Bristol
29 – Glad Café – Glasgow
31 – Record Junkee – Sheffield

April
1 – Colours – London
3 – The Bullingdon – Oxford
4 – The Westhill Hall – Brighton

May
22-24 May – Sea Change Festival, Totnes

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