The UK’s newest boy band Here At Last, release their new song God Took His Time, out now. Filled with heartfelt lyrics and catchy melodies, God Took His Time throws us in the right direction for summer. Listen to God Took His Time HERE.

Speaking of the track, Here At Last said, “We are so excited for the release of ‘God Took His Time’. This song is completely up for interpretation and that’s something we love about it. It could be about self-love, a partner, a family member – it could even be about your dog! It’s upbeat and a bit different from a traditional love song and lyrically it’s just about telling someone how amazing they are.” 

After an incredible performance at BST Hyde Park on July 1st alongside Take That, Sugababes and The Script, the band are showing no signs of slowing down as they gear up for the release of EP1, their debut EP, out 18th August. With a huge 3.1 million followers on TikTok, the five-piece have built an impressive fan base and have two of the fastest growing channels in the UK on Instagram and YouTube respectively, as well as having an impressive 100 million+ video views across their socials. 

They also have recently revealed they will be heading out on the road again later this year for the Happy You’re Here UK Tour. Kicking things off in Glasgow on 20th October, they will visit Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol before wrapping things up at London’s indigo at the O2 on October 25th. In February, Here At Last sold out three shows across the country including London’s iconic Shepherd’s Bush Empire. Tickets are available HERE.

God Took His Time follows on from their recent track Lovesick, which has quickly amassed over 100,000 streams on Spotify alone. Earlier this year, saw the release of Bloodshot, where they uniquely gathered footage and videos sent in from fans to create their official music video. Previous single Happy, has over 8.7 million plays on spotify alone, confirming it as a fan favourite. 

Continuing to help build their solid fan base, Here At Last have had brilliant radio support including at Radio 1 where they were chosen by Mollie King as Best New Bop. They have performed twice on CBBC’s Saturday Mashup, been brought on at Sunday Brunch and have also been mentioned within a storyline on Channel 4’s Hollyoaks.



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