"Hollow Thing" lands after March's "Moral Fibre", which will also feature on LIFE's new album.

Speaking about the new single, vocalist Mez Green explains, ""Hollow Thing" is about tackling isolation and fixing yourself. It’s about letting go of something in your life, something that’s passed."

A Picture Of Good Health is produced by Luke Smith (Foals) and mixed by Claudius Mittendorfer (Parquet Courts), and follows on from their 2017 debut Popular Music.

Adding more about their new record, Green says, "A Picture of Good Health is not a collage of work but rather a snapshot of time; our time and the time of those around us. It’s political, but in a personal way. It’s a body of work that explores and examines the band's inner-selves through a precise period; a period that has brought pain, loneliness, blood, guts, single parenthood, depression and the need for survival and love. It is the sense and need for belonging that is the resounding end note!"

Tracklist:

  1. Good Health
  2. Moral Fibre
  3. Bum Hour
  4. Hollow Thing
  5. Excites Me
  6. Never Love Again
  7. Half Pint Fatherhood
  8. Grown Up
  9. Niceties
  10. Thoughts
  11. It's A Con
  12. Don't Give Up Yet
  13. New Rose in Love
"Hollow Thing" is out now. A Picture Of Good Health drops 20 September via Afghan Moon / PIAS, and is available to pre-order now.