Lacey Release Long Awaited New Album This Is All We Are

Five years of work across multiple countries. Months of build up. Four fantastic singles. After all of this, Lacey’s brand new album This Is All We Are is here. The Nottingham alt-rock quartet are delighted to present their new record; the culmination of several years worth of effort, passion and songwriting craft.

Featuring the lead single, the highly successful Dream In A Little Less Colour, subsequent singles I Always Tell The Truth (Even When I Lie), Run Away and current single Middle England, Lacey describe This is All We Are as “14 tracks of lyrical darkness wrapped in a shiny, anthemic, pop package”.

Lead singer Graham Turner describes the record as:

“Basically, the soundtrack to what it’s like to feel everything and nothing, all at the same time. Lyrically, no stone is left unturned, and I can guarantee if you’ve ever felt anything, it will be addressed here. This really is a soul bearing ride through every, conceivable human emotion. This is all we are”.

You can check out the full track listing for the album below:

Lacey – This Is All We Are

1) 3AM Sonata
2) Run Away
3) Maybe I’m Alive
4) Easy Way Out
5) Dream In A Little Less Colour
6) I’m Losing Myself
7) Middle England
8) & Always
9) You Were Right
10) I Always Tell The Truth (Even When I Lie)
11) You Can’t Compete With History
12) Answers
13) Flaws
14) This Is All We Are

This Is All We Are is Lacey’s first new album in five years, coming as the follow up to the 2018 album I Don’t Owe The World A Thing. The album was recorded at Steel City Studio in Sheffield and produced by Phil Gornell from the studio who also handled mixing duties. Engineering was handled by Callum Benson, also of Steel City Studio while mastering was done by Grant Berry of Fader Mastering.

The most recent single from This Is All We Are, “Middle England”, finds Lacey in a thought provoking mood. The song is a power ballad with a punch to it, lamenting on the up’s and down’s of the current state of life in Lacey’s homeland.

Lacey frontman Graham “Graz” Turner describes Middle England as “reflective of the typical English sentiment of looking on the bright side, things could be worse.”

You can’t see the grey skies at night in Lacey’s Middle England
In addition to being available on YouTube, Middle England is available to stream on Spotify and Apple Music.

Limited edition Vinyl copies of This Is All We Are are available to purchase directly from the band from their online store now.

To celebrate the release of This Is All We Are, three quarters of the band recently took part in a hot sauce challenge. Watch the band (mainly frontman Graz) suffer for your entertainment whilst discussing their new album on the video clip below:

Lacey have played a string of sold out shows recently; Whether headlining or supporting their good friends in Twin Atlantic and Greywind, the crowds have been following Lacey wherever they go. The band recently announced an album launch show on the 19th of August in their hometown of Nottingham, taking place at Bodega. Tickets for the show are on sale now and available on this link. This is followed up by a headline show in Manchester at Gullivers on the 16th of September. Tickets for this show are available now from Gigantic. Lacey will warm up for their album launch show by supporting Twin Atlantic at Huddersfield’s Parish venue on the 12th of August – that show is sold out.

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