The UK’s next top boyband Here At Last today release their new single Lovesick. With summer around the corner, Lovesick arrives just at the right time. The vibrant summer anthem instantly boosts your mood with its catchy, upbeat melody and is guaranteed to be stuck in your head for some time. Listen to Lovesick HERE.
Here At Last, who have 3 million followers on TikTok and 100 million likes across their videos, say of the track: “Lovesick is a feel-good summer bop with dance, pop and house influences. The lyrics can be interpreted however you like, but to us it’s about being so obsessed with someone, that you overlook their toxic traits.”
To accompany the single, the band will also be revealing the official video next week which sees the five-piece perform the single in a variety of settings, while a couple face the trials and tribulations of their relationship throughout. “The music for Lovesick gives a party vibe but also follows the story of a relationship breaking down,” the band added. The video will be premiering at 5pm on Thursday 25th May here on YouTube, where the band are continuing to build their strong fanbase with over 105,000 subscribers on their channel, which is growing rapidly.
Showing no signs of slowing down, the band are gearing up for the release of EP1, their debut EP coming out on 18th August. They recently revealed they will be heading out on the road again for the Happy You’re Here UK Tour, which will see them play 5 dates across the country in October of this year and includes London’s Indigo at The O2. Despite currently being unsigned, the 5-piece have already sold-out previous shows including Shepherd’s Bush Empire on their last run of shows. Tickets for the Happy You’re Here Tour are available here and you can pre-save EP1 here.
Lovesick follows on from their recent cover of Niall Horan’s Heaven and the re-release of fan favourite Tongue, which has scored over 1.2 million streams on Spotify alone. Earlier this year, the band revealed their latest single Bloodshot, with the video created using both official footage and videos sent in from fans from their sold-out shows. Bloodshot is the follow up to previous track Happy, which has had over 7.9 million streams on Spotify and over 280,000 creations on TikTok.
Here At Last have had hundreds of plays across radio including at Radio 1 where they were picked as Mollie King’s Best New Bop. They have also been featured on Sunday Brunch, they have performed twice on CBBC’s Saturday Mash-Up and they have also been mentioned within a storyline in Channel 4’s Hollyoaks.
Currently living together in Reading, England, Here at Last, have made the leap from obscurity to one of the biggest band’s on TikTok in just a couple of years. Zach Loizou (from London), Tommy Lyon (from Exeter), Pedro Santos (from Portugal), James Thomas (from Leyland) and Ryan Burns (from North Wales) had all been sharing covers and videos online individually but had been discussing meeting to form a band, when lockdown hit. With a huge leap of faith, and despite only being teenagers, they decided to move in together so they could give it their best shot.
On top of busking and TikTok, the band have visited schools, performing and educating students about the importance of mental health (tying in with charity Young Minds). For an aspiring pop act, the absence of major label backing or TV talent show breakthrough has traditionally meant a long, hard road to nowhere but Here At Last are breaking that traditional mould with their growing army of fans.