FATHERSON have unveiled a special emotive live version of new song ‘Younger Days’, which was recorded at The Colonel Fawcett in London.
It’s a bit of a departure from Fatherson’s usual indie twang, with lead singer Ross Leighton sitting at the piano for the three minute duration. However, the band’s stalwart fan base normally lap up anything when it comes to Fatherson, and this stripped down version of ‘Younger Days’ is no exception.
Fatherson have announced more dates following their 13-date tour at the start of the year. The band will play their biggest shows yet following the release of their new album Open Book, which will be released on June 3rd 2016 through Easy Life/Sony RED.
They will bookmark the album release with a date at London’s Scala on June 2nd and Glasgow’s O2 ABC on June 4th. Watch the video below: