1. Uncertain Joys The Subways 3:20

Formed in 2002, they should need no introduction. Now 20 years into their career the band have had multiple chart-worthy album releases including Young For Eternity (2005), All Or Nothing (2008), Money And Celebrity (2011), and The Subways (2015), spawning a slew of hit singles including ‘Rock & Roll Queen’, ‘Oh Yeah’, ‘Girls & Boys’ and ‘We Don’t Need Money To Have A Good Time’.

Following a busy summer of festival appearances across the UK and Europe last year, the band’s extensive ‘Uncertain Joys’ UK/EU album tour dates are on sale now running throughout January/February/March 2023 (see link for full listings).

The Subways’ fifth album Uncertain Joys was recorded and produced by front man and producer in his own right Billy Lunn, mixed by the Grammy Award-winning Adrian Bushby (Muse, Foo Fighters, Everything Everything), and mastered by Katie Tavini (Mykki Blanco, Arlo Parks, Nadine Shah).

Album singles ‘Black Wax’, ‘Love Waiting on You’, ‘You Kill My Cool’, and ‘Fight’ have so far garnered press support from The Independent, NME, Classic Rock Magazine, FLOOD Magazine, CLASH, Guitar Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan and more, with international radio support from Steve Lamacq at BBC 6music, John Kennedy at Radio X, Jasper Leijdens at KINK, and KEXP, amongst others.

The Subways fifth studio album Uncertain Joys is out now via Alcopop! Records.

SOURCE: Official Bio