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LOVE FAME TRAGEDY SHARE NEW SINGLE + VIDEO “RIDE THE WAVE”

Love Fame Tragedy kick off the new decade in style with the release of their latest single “Riding A Wave,” out now via Good Soldier Songs/AWAL. The track is the latest offering from The Wombats frontman Matthew “Murph” Murphy’s solo project and the third from his sophomore EP Five Songs To Briefly Fill The Void, released February 2020.

“Riding A Wave” is an endearingly honest assessment of the emotional ride of being in a relationship. Never one to shy away from emotional vulnerability, Murph’s candid lyrics intertwine with slick indie hooks and an earworm of a chorus, forging arguably the project’s most infectious track to date. 


“The lyrics are definitely the most personal I’ve ever written. I’m pretty sure anyway. It was recorded in London and took on several shapes before we landed on one that stuck,” Murph explains.


The music video takes the song to a new level, showing Murph striking out with at a bar, then suddenly in a hospital on the operating table, singing into the camera during open-heart surgery. On the concept, Murph says:


“The world feels so fragile at the moment that I’ve been trying to maximize life on a day-to-day basis, rather than planning ahead as much as I used to. I wanted to bring that anxiety to life here, exploring the mercilessness of mortality and how our next second is never promised. It was important to me, though, that we approach the concept with a sense of humor – an understanding that while life can be a crushing, uncontrollable series of events, it can also be liberating to just lean in and try to enjoy the ride.”

Watch below:

LOVE FAME TRAGEDY’S 2020 UK TOUR DATES
February 25 — The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne

February 26 — King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

February 27— Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

February 29 — Manchester Academy, Manchester

March 2 — The O2 Institute, Birmingham

March 3 — Heaven, London

March 4 — Thekla, Bristol

May 23 — Neighbourhood Weekender 

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