Search This Blog

Powered by Blogger.




SINGLE Review: 'Please Don't Murder Me (Part 2) - Love Fame Tragedy

In January, Murph from The Wombats, a.k.a. Love Fame Tragedy, teased fans by tweeting, "Might f*ck around and release two new songs this month". And he has done just that. Well, he's released one new track for now. It's called 'Please Don't Murder Me (Part 2)' and it is fantastic. He's released yet another brilliant track. It's actually pretty genius.

It's the penultimate track from the upcoming EP 'Five Songs To Briefly Fill The Void' which is due for release on March 20th. I can't wait to hear the EP, if these past releases are anything to go by. It's going to be amazing!

At only 1 minute and 21 seconds long, 'Please Don't Murder Me (Part 2)' is short yet sung so sweetly and sincerely ("You're the best I've ever had/You're all I need") as he pleads for his life.

It's a stripped back look at the anxiety-filled intensity felt during love.

Crystal Fighters' Eleanor Fletcher features on the track, harmonising perfectly with Murph over the gentle strum of a guitar.

The Wombats frontman Murph is bringing Love Fame Tragedy back home for an extensive UK tour in the spring. February and March will see him play dates in Newcastle, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Paris and London’s Heaven, before he plays Neighbourhood Weekender Festival on May 23rd. Full tour listing below.

The accompanying music video is animated and shows Murph as super worried (as you would be if you thought your other half had an ulterior motive). 

'Five Songs To Briefly Fill The Void' Tracklist:
 1. Riding A Wave
 2. Body Parts
 3. Hardcore
 4. Please Don’t Murder Me (Part 2)
 5. Multiply Love Fame Tragedy

Live Dates:

25th February
— The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne

26th February
 — King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow 

27th February
— Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

29th February
— Manchester Academy, Manchester

2nd March
— The O2 Institute, Birmingham

 3th March
— Heaven, London

 4th March
— Thekla, Bristol

 23 May
— Neighbourhood Weekender

No comments