UK alternative rock band The Subways have unveiled a new single “Love Waiting on You”, off the trio’s long awaited album, due out this fall.
“Uncertain Joys” (set for release on January 13th, 2023, via Bodan Kuma/ Alcopop! Records) is the band’s first album in 7 years, and was produced by frontman Billy Lunn, mixed by Grammy Award-winning Adrian Bushby, and mastered by Katie Tavini.
Stream “Love Waiting on You” here.
The song follows the recent release of the album’s first single “You Kill My Cool”.
Lunn says: “‘Love Waiting on You’ is about the tension between desperately wanting to be with the one you desire and yet also relishing the suspense in being kept from them. From the confines of my bed on tour (or in my rooms at uni), I would yearn for the love of my life, waiting for her messages to ping on my phone, hoping to hear her voice at the end of the line, desperate to feel her touch. Caught in those moments, there was a joyful pain that made seeing her again unimaginably beautiful. Still, there was something wild and ecstatic about missing her so much”.
Pre-order “Uncertain Joys” here.
1. You Kill My Cool
2. Love Waiting on You
3. Uncertain Joys
5. Black Wax
6. Lavender Amelie
8. Influencer Killed the Rock Star
9. Swanky Al
10. The Devil and Me
11. Joli Coeur
The Subways will be touring the UK this fall. Tickets are on sale now. The Subways remain one of the most exciting live bands on the current touring circuit, thrilling crowds with their explosive rock sound and wild stage performances.
UK Festivals 2022:
July 21st – Hertfordshire – STANDON CALLING FESTIVAL (UK)
July 22nd – Oxford – TRUCK FESTIVAL (UK)
July 23rd – Skipton – GATEWAYS FESTIVAL (UK)
August 18th – GAMPEL OPEN AIR FESTIVAL (CZ)
August 20th – CZECH REPUBLIC BRNO TRUTNOFF OPEN AIR FESTIVAL (CZ)
August 27th – SOUTHSEA VICTORIOUS FESTIVAL (UK)
UK Headline Tour Dates 2022:
September 21st – Sunderland – Independent (UK)
September 22nd – Glasgow – King Tuts (UK)
September 23rd – Stoke – The Sugarmill (UK)
September 24th – Manchester – O2 Ritz (UK)
September 29th – London – Electric Ballroom (UK)
September 30th – Brighton – Chalk (UK)
October 1st – Cambridge – Mash (UK)
October 2nd – Cardiff – Clwb Ifor Bach (UK)