SINGLE & TOUR NEWS: False Advertising release ‘You Won’t Feel Love’, dates April-July 2019

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The band are playing at this years 2000trees Festival, Truck Festival, The Great Escape (two shows), Long Division, Bee And Rose Festival and supporting Jamie Lenman on his
‘Road To Lenmania 2’ dates (in July)

Manchester 3 piece False Advertising have today released their new single ‘You Won’t Feel Love’. Produced, engineered and mixed by Luke Pickering at The Church Studios, the single is a massive statement of intent from the band, who have now completed work on their brand new full length album – more details to follow soon.

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From singer/guitarist Jen Hingley – “The song is about calling out people who are happy to tell you everything is alright when deep down you know everything is not really alright. You’d maybe be forgiven at first listen for thinking it was a happy and upbeat song, but lyrically it’s more about being honest with yourself, rather than papering over the cracks out of convenience.”

Live wise the band will be playing this years The Great Escape (2 shows), 2000trees Festival (as well as the two ‘Road To Lenmania’ shows with Jamie Lenman ahead of the festival), Truck Festival, Bee and Rose Festival in Leeds as well as a free headline London show at The Old Blue Last on June 3rd. The band have already played at SXSW in the USA, Zandari Festa in Korea, Kendal Calling, Camden Rocks Festival, Robert Smith’s Meltdown (at The RFH in 2018, at his personal request), support shows with Everything Everything and Idles.

All confirmed and announced upcoming FALSE ADVERTISING dates:

18th April 2019 – Soup Kitchen, Manchester
11th May 2019 – The Great Escape (1.15pm, Latest Music Bar)
11th May 2019 – The Great Escape (1.00am – Saturday night, The Hope and Ruin)
1st Jun 2019 – Long Division, Wakefield
3rd June 2019 – Old Blue Last, London (free headline show)
5th July 2019 – St Luke’s, Glasgow (supporting Jamie Lenman)
6th July 2019 – Bee and Rose Festival, Leeds
7th July 2019 – Islington Academy, London (Supporting Jamie Lenman)
11th July – 2000trees Festival
28th July – Truck Festival