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Sad Night Dynamite debut album

Sad Night Dynamite announce details of their debut album, Welcome The Night

12 June 2024, 10:35 | Written by Tyler Damara Kelly

British duo Sad Night Dynamite have announced details of their forthcoming debut album, Welcome The Night, and have also shared the project’s first official single, "Sugabby".

“Sugabby’ was born out of genuine desperation to find a partner who would support us financially," the band explains. "We have a lot of friends with sugar daddies but it’s a lot rarer to find a man with an older woman who pays for everything. When we started writing, it was to manifest that happening to us, and as it happens Josh has now started dating an older lady called Mrs Dior. She’s quite brilliant.”

"Sugabby" follows previous singles, "Godfather", and "Who Do You Think You Are?".

For Sad Night Dynamite, salvation ultimately lies in the bonds between us. The record’s “family is forever” strapline reflects not only the cult-like bond between the boys themselves, but the spirit of togetherness.

Introducing Welcome The Night, the duo comment: “This is us stumbling in the dark, trying to make sense of music, life, and our twenties. The modern world lacks a guiding light; it's fractious and bloated. Welcome the Night embraces this confusion as a knee-jerk reaction to an overstimulated world. The music is our most intense and erratic to date, accepting life's absurdity and deliberately provocative. We see it as a humorous soundtrack to our demise—if the world were to end, ‘WTN' would offer clues as to how it happened.”

The forthcoming album announcement comes alongside news of a winter UK/European tour, with shows in Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester, London, Paris, Amsterdam, and more.

Welcome The Night, will be released on 27 September, and is available to pre-order now. Tickets for the forthcoming tour are on sale from 19 June at 10am.

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