British boy band Here At Last released their brand new single, Ordinary Life, available now on all streaming platforms here. The band’s voices lend themselves beautifully to the emotional song and are showcased in the heart-felt lyrics. The track is written about mental health and the experiences the band have gone through.
Speaking of the track, the five-piece said “Ordinary Life wasn’t something we had initially planned, but having had loads of personal experiences struggling with our mental health and knowing that our fans have too. We’re so excited to be able to share it with everyone, hopefully people can relate to it as much as we do!”
Here At Last are gearing up for their Happy You’re Here UK Tour in October, where they kick off in Glasgow on October 20th, then hit Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol before wrapping up at London’s Indigo at the O2 on October 25th. The last remaining tickets are available HERE. Discussing their upcoming tour, they said, “Touring Glasgow and Birmingham will be such an amazing experience as we’ve not had shows there before. Not to mention the fact we’re playing Indigo at the O2 in London. We’re so excited to get back in front of the fans to play some of our new unreleased music – we can’t wait!”
The release of Ordinary Life and the upcoming tour follows on from the release of their debut EP, EP1, which hit #1 on the iTunes album chart. The EP was released on the band’s own independent label ‘HALO Army’, affectionately named after Here At Last’s fanbase. EP1 is made up of 8 tracks, including previous singles Happy, All In, Bloodshot, Lovesick as well as a Let Go, available on the digital edition of the EP.
Continuing to help build their solid fan base, Here At Last have a whopping 3.1 million TikTok followers, with over 69.3 millions likes on their TikTok videos alone and over 100 million combined likes. Continuing to grow their impressive fan base, the band have two of the fastest growing channels in the UK on Instagram and YouTube. They have had brilliant radio support including at Radio 1 where they were chosen by Mollie King as Best New Bop and were featured on Adele Roberts’ weekend breakfast show. They have performed multiple times on CBBC’s Saturday Mashup, been featured on at Sunday Brunch and have also been mentioned within a storyline on Channel 4’s Hollyoaks.