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Leeds band allusinlove have announced their debut album

“We’re incredibly proud to present our first long playing record. This album is a musical expression of all our love, positivity and unity – an insight into our perspective of the world around us and what it offers or demands from us.”

Ahead of their first London live date and a summer of festivals followed by an EU support tour for Skunk Anansie, cult Leeds band allusinlove have announced their explosive debut studio album, ‘It’s OK To Talk’, out June 7th via Good Soldier Songs. The announcement follows the release of new single ‘All My Love’, a roaring classic rock anthem and a firm live favourite from the band’s rioutous live shows.

Having played together as a band for almost 6 years, allusinlove returned last year following a self-imposed hiatus with their irresistible call to (each other’s) arms ‘All Good People’, the ‘allusinlove EP’ and a free 4-date hometown residency at legendary Leeds venue Brudenell Social Club. As a long established, infamous and prolific live act, allusinlove felt compelled to capture the raw energy of those Brudenell shows as live album ‘Live At Leeds’ (released last week) before embarking on their ambitious, expansive debut studio album ‘It’s OK To Talk’, produced by Catherine Marks (2018’s UK Producer Of The Year; St Vincent, Wolf Alice, PJ Harvey)

“We’re incredibly proud to present our first long playing record. This album is a musical expression of all our love, positivity and unity – an insight into our perspective of the world around us and what it offers or demands from us. In a society that is so divided we want to offer some release, understanding and unity in the form of just fucking great music. It really is okay to be upset, anxious, hopeless, excited, happy and it’s even more okay to talk about it.” – allusinlove

All hail ALLUSINLOVE!

allusinlove play the following shows and festivals:

April

Friday 12th LONDON, Camden Assembly

May

Sat 11th BRIGHTON, The Great Escape Festival

June

Fri 14th-16th DONINGTON PARK, Download Festival

July

Fri 12th CHELTENHAM, 2000 Trees Festival

Thurs 25th-28th DERBYSHIRE, Y Not Festival