The Boo Radleys Announce First Album in Over 20 Years, Share New Song: Listen


The Boo Radleys have announced their first album since 1998, and their first without lead songwriter and guitarist Martin Carr. Keep On With Falling is out March 11, 2022, via their own label, Boostr. Earlier this year, the now three-piece released “A Full Syringe and Memories of You,” which will appear on the album. Check out the tracklist and the band’s upcoming concert dates below, as well as a new song called “I’ve Had Enough I’m Out.”

“‘I’ve Had Enough, I’m Out’ is a statement on the disavowal of religion, using Catholicism as it’s exemplar,” singer and guitarist Simon “Sice” Rowbottom said in a press release. “It is harmonious and melodic, as the Boo Radleys always are, and harks back to our deep, alternative ’80s influences.”

After the release of “A Full Syringe and Memories of You,” Martin Carr tweeted: “It’s weird reading and listening to some of these recent Boo Radleys interviews. I’ve always had a problem recognising my existence but to be absent from my own story? The Commissar Vanishes.”

Keep On With Falling:

01 I’ve Had Enough I’m Out (Album Version)
02 Keep On With Falling
03 All Along
04 I Say a Lot of Things
05 Tonight
06 A Full Syringe and Memories of You (Album Version)
07 Call Your Name
08 Here She Comes Again
09 You and Me
10 I Can’t Be What You Want Me to Be
11 Alone Together

The Boo Radleys:

10-24 Bristol, England – The Lanes
10-25 Manchester, England – Night and Day Café
10-26 Edinburgh, Scotland – Voodoo Rooms
10-28 Newcastle, England – Northumbria University
10-29 Birmingham, England – Hare and Hounds
10-30 London, England – Moth Club

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