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‘You and Me’ new from The Boo Radleys

The Boo Radleys return further emboldened with new music, revealing the synth-dashed, lilting indie pop of You And Me.

Having completed six, emotionally-charged and joyously-received live shows around the UK this autumn, with rumours of more to come, The Boo Radleys return further emboldened with new music, revealing the synth-dashed, lilting indie pop of You And Me. Drawn from their long-awaited, seventh studio album, Keep On With Falling, set for release on Fri 11 March 2022, the song finds the re-energised band huddled in harmony-rich melancholy.

Experience counts for everything and the three-piece mine life’s peaks, troughs and in-betweens once more with You And Me, this time holding the spectre of poor health and ripple effects of anger, sorrow and hope to the light. Having relaunched the band by taking on assisted-dying in A Full Syringe And Memories Of You and following up to tackle religion in I’ve Had Enough I’m OutThe Boo Radleys of today shed the doubt that surrounded their 1999 split in favour of decisive and incisive songwriting.

Launching Keep On With Falling by pointing to the new start for the band as more democratic than ever, swapping writing duties between members and pushing the limits of DIY recording, the gap of almost 25 years between albums has trimmed the rough-edges of youth while embracing The Boo Radleys undimmable creative drive.

Bassist and vocalist, Tim Brown says of the single: “The spectre of cancer hangs over the song and is the ‘he’ that the lyrics refer to. He’s there, waiting to tear everything apart, but hope springs eternal and like the song says ‘we’ll find a way’. It’s warming to hear the chorus featuring vocals from all three Boo’s in perfect harmony, elevating that sense of hope.”

The band’s four-track digital EPA Full Syringe And Memories Of You, makes the leap from the intangible to the physical with a limited vinyl release to mark Record Store Day’s Black Friday.  A notoriously collectible band for crate-diggers, with copies of 1993’s Giant Steps listed by online sellers for as much as £250 per mint-condition vinyl copy, the first physical release from the band since 1998’s Kingsize finally gives fans of the band something new to hold onto.