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Love Fame Tragedy have today unveiled ‘Please Don’t Murder Me (part 2)’,

Love Fame Tragedy have today unveiled the penultimate track from their forthcoming sophomore EP Five Songs To Briefly Fill The Void,

Love Fame Tragedy have today unveiled the penultimate track from their forthcoming sophomore EP Five Songs To Briefly Fill The Void, out 20th March via Good Soldier Songs/AWAL.

Please Don’t Murder Me (part 2)‘ is a stripped-back examination of the often anxiety-filled intensity of love. Murph’s crystalline vocals come to the fore, perfectly harmonised with Crystal Fighters’ Eleanor Fletcher over finger-picked guitar which builds into ominously crackling feedback as the short track reaches its climax. – listen HERE

The Wombats frontman Murph is bringing Love Fame Tragedy back home for an extensive UK tour in the spring. February and March will see him play dates in Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Paris and London’s Heaven, before he plays Neighbourhood Weekender Festival on May 23rd. Full tour listing below.

Named after a seminal Pablo Picasso exhibition at the Tate Modern, Love Fame Tragedy’s first EP I Don’t Want To Play The Victim, But I’m Really Good At It, came out in September. Featuring Pixies’ Joey Santiago, alt-J’s Gus Unger-Hamilton, Matt Chamberlain of Soundgarden, Lauren Aquilina & Maddi-Jean Waterhouse, it garnered widespread support from the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, NME, The Times and Metro. Five Songs To Briefly Fill The Void sees Murph bring in Bastille’s Dan Smith, as well as Eleanor Fletcher of Crystal Fighters, alongside Maddi-Jean Waterhouse for part two of this most collaborative of solo projects.

Five Songs To Briefly Fill The Void Tracklist:
1. Riding A Wave
2. Body Parts
3. Hardcore
4. Please Don’t Murder Me (Part 2)
5. Multiply

Love Fame Tragedy Live Dates:
25th February — The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne
26th February — King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
27th February — Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
29th February — Manchester Academy, Manchester
2nd March — The O2 Institute, Birmingham
3th March — Heaven, London
4th March — Thekla, Bristol
23 May — Neighbourhood Weekender