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The Boo Radleys Unveil First New Album In Over 20 Years
Christian Eede , October 12th, 2021 14:46

'Keep On With Falling' is the band's first album without lead songwriter Martin Carr

The Boo Radleys have announced their first album since 1998, and their first without lead songwriter and guitarist Martin Carr.

Due out in March, Keep On With Falling will be released via the band's own Boostr label. Its announcement follows on from the unveiling earlier this year of the track 'A Full Syringe And Memories Of You', which appears on the new album, and the band have now also shared another new song, 'I've Had Enough, I'm Out', which you can listen to above.

Described in a press release by singer and guitarist Simon "Sice" Rowbottom as a statement on the rejection of religion, "using Catholicism as its exemplar," he adds that the track "harks back to our deep, alternative '80s influences."

Boostr will release Keep On With Falling on March 11, 2022.