Lower Than Atlantis - Here We Go

9 June 2014, 06:00 | Updated: 9 October 2014, 18:17

Here We Go is taken from the band's upcoming self titled album.

Lower Than Atlantis are an English post hardcore rock band with based in Watford. The band has been signed by Thirty Days Of Night Records, Sumerian Records, Island Records (Universal Music Group) and most recently Sony Records.

Lower Than Atlantis is the self-titled fourth studio album, which is set to drop on the 6 October 2014. Here We Go is one of two singles released from the album.

Lower Than Atlantis Track Listing:

1.    Here We Go
2.    Ain’t No Friend
3.    English Kids in America
4.    Criminal
5.    Words Don’t Come so Easily
6.    Emily
7.    Stays The Same
8.    Live Slow, Die Old
9.    Damn Nation
10.    Time
11.    Just What you Need
12.    Number One

The band embarked on an intimate 15-date tour around the UK in July 2014.

Lower Than Atlantis UK Tour Dates:

15 July 2014    Aberdeen    Tunnels
16 July 2014    Glasgow    King Tuts
17 July 2014    Newcastle    Cluny
18 July 2014    York        Fibbers
20 July 2014    Manchester    Deaf Institute
21 July 2014    Hull        Fruit
22 July 2014    Nottingham    Rock City
23 July 2014    Stoke        Sugarmill
24 July 2014    Birmingham    Temple
25 July 2014    Gloucester    Guildhall
27 July 2014    Cardiff        Clwb Ifor Bach
28 July 2014    Bristol        Fleece
29 July 2014    Portsmouth    Wedgewood Rooms
30 July 2014    Norwich    Epic
31 July 2014    London    Dingwalls

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