Listen: Boston Manor stream ‘England’s Dreaming’

Boston Manor’s new album is just a couple of days away from being in the palms (and ears) of fans, so what is a band to do? Release another new song from it, of course. On Tuesday (Sept. 4), the English band dropped another new song from Welcome to the Neighbourhood. Titled “England’s Dreaming,” the new song follows the band’s theme with the new record; bleakness.

“[“England’s Dreaming” is] probably my favorite track on the record,” admits vocalist Henry Cox. “The song’s about waking up one day and realizing you have nothing in common with your fellow man.” listen to “England’s Dreaming” above.

“England’s Dreaming” will join previously released tracks “Bad Machine” and “Halo” on Boston Manor’s sophomore effort. Welcome to the Neighbourhood is due out this Friday, Sept. 7, through Pure Noise Records. The upcoming album was produced by Mike Sapone whose resume includes Taking Back Sunday, Mayday Parade, and Public Enemy. Pre-orders for the record can be found here

Welcome to the Neighbourhood is the follow-up to the group’s debut record, 2016’s Be Nothing.

In support of the new album’s release, they recently announced plans to hit the road alongside Real Friends, Grayscale, and Eat Your Heart Out. The upcoming tour will find the bands performing at venues across the country during the months of October and November.

The forthcoming excursion will begin on Oct. 17 at the Garage in Minneapolis and conclude over a month later on Nov. 25 at the House of Blues in Chicago. The complete tour itinerary can be found here.

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