"In The Capital" will be released on limited edition 7" on April 26

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever have today released a single called “In The Capital”, their first new material since last year’s acclaimed album Hope Downs.

Hear it below:

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“In The Capital” is available on streaming services now and will also be released as a limited edition 7″ on April 26, backed with another new song “Read My Mind”.

“I first had the idea for the melody and some of the lyrics when I was swimming,” says the band’s Fran Keaney. “It’s taken a while to finish the song, to make it feel like the initial feeling. I can’t neatly describe it, but something like connection despite distance. I was thinking about transience and water and death and big cities and fishing towns and moon river.”

Check out Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever’s upcoming European tour dates below:

Jul 3rd | Roskilde, DK – Roskilde Festival
Jul 5th | Ewijk, NL – Down the Rabbit Hole Festival
Jul 7th | Paris, FR – Le Point Ephemere
Jul 9th | Liverpool, UK – Invisible Wind Factory
Jul 11th | Dublin, IE – The Iveagh Gardens
Jul 12th | Madrid, ES – Mad Cool Festival
Jul 13th | Lisbon, PT – NOS Alive
Jul 15th | Glasgow, UK – St. Luke’s
Jul 16th | Sheffield, UK – The Leadmill
Jul 18th | Cardiff, UK – Clwb Ifor Bach
Jul 19th | Bedford, UK – Esquires
Jul 21st | Suffolk, UK – Latitude Festival
Jul 22nd | Birmingham, UK – Mama Roux’s
Jul 23rd | Reading, UK – Sub89
Jul 27th | Thirsk, UK – Deer Shed Festival

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