"Every Atom" is the group's first single since their 2015 album Beings.

Speaking about the new single, vocalist Hazel Wilde explains, "This is a song about grief and how your subconscious takes a long time to accept when someone is dead and gone forever, even when the rational side of you understands it. I put that idea into a story where the narrator is my subconscious searching for someone in this dream-like fictional world. I go to the extremes to search for even just a trace of them… through all of space and time, splitting every atom, ‘until Andromeda and the Milky Way collide’. I won’t give up. I can’t let go."

Spook The Herd is Lanterns On The Lake's fourth LP, and is the first album that the band left Newscastle to record in a studio. They recorded the album at Distant City studios in Yorkshire with engineer Joss Worthington.

Wilde says of their recording process, "We are a pretty insular band in how we work, and trusting other people enough to allow them to get involved is not always easy for us."

Tracklist:

  1. When It All Comes True
  2. Baddies
  3. Every Atom
  4. Blue Screen Beams
  5. Before They Excavate
  6. Swimming Lessons
  7. Secrets & Medicine
  8. This Is Not A Drill
  9. A Fitting End
"Every Atom" is out now. Lanterns On The Lake's Spook The Herd album lands 21 February 2020 via Bella Union, and is available to pre-order now. They play London's EartH on 15 April 2020. Find out more.