From Safer Place is the debut long-player from York-based punk trio Fawn Spots, to be released in March 2015 on Critical Heights.
However, if you are keen to have a little taster, ahead of this they have also announced the release of forthcoming single New Sense on January 12.
New Sense sees the band bring together the cathartic energy of Rites of Spring and Husker Du with the disparate post punk angularity of Joy Division and Mission of Burma – it pulsates with a visceral tension.
The single is out on their own label Bad Paintings – check out New Sense below, which is available on 7 inch with a b-side cover of Joy Division’s Twenty Four Hours.
Out in March 2015, From Safer Place was entirely written and recorded by the band themselves, in sheds located in an abandoned Georgian garden, just outside of York; resulting in the album itself working as a literal message from a “safer place”.
Listen to New Sense here
Order your copy of New Sense here.
If you would like the chance to see the band in celebration of this long anticipated release then head down to see them supporting naomi Punk at the Fulford Arms on Feb 4. Tickets available here.