The Lathums Release Angel-Voiced Acapella Version Of: HOW BEAUTIFUL LIFE CAN BE




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After walking out on stage at their gigs to The Housemartin’s legendary acapella version of Caravan Of Love, indie heroes, The Lathums finally get their chance to walk two minutes and 30 seconds in their shoes of their heroes by performing their own stunning, stripped-to-vocals take on their recent single, How Beautiful Life Can Be. Released just two-weeks ago, the single’s summer-in-a-bottle sound celebrates the lighter side of life and high hopes that the young might, finally, be set free.

Arranged by the band in collaboration with Parr Street Studios producer, Chris Taylor with the agile ears of Paul Duffy, founder member of renowned masters of vocal harmony The Coral also guiding recording, the four Lathums dropped their instruments and discovered a brand new, affectingly intimate side to their music. Falsetto leaps replace jangling guitars and earthy baritone notes pluck instruments from the hands of the rhythm section as one of British guitar music’s most popular new bands go breathtakingly bare.



Shot on location in their native Wigan, the accompanying video for the special track, directed by James Slater, sees The Lathums take their music to market – quite literally – by singing amongst Saturday shoppers. Their town-centre appearance followed an impromptu busking trip there earlier this month.

Having seen dates at Kendal Calling, Truck Festival and Y Not Festival fall out of their summer touring plans, The Lathums push on to play Tramlines, Sheffield on Sat 24 July 2021 and a special London show with BBC Introducing, appearing at the Omeara on Wed 11 August 2021. The band, including deep-thinking lyricist-singer, Alex MooreRickenbacker-slinging guitarist, Scott Concepcion, drummer, Ryan Durrans and the increasingly mysterious ‘Bass Mon Jon’, just need the first chink of light on the return to live to set their summer on fire.



The full list of The Lathums 2021 UK Headline Tour dates, including a huge SOLD-OUT return to the North West at Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse, plus debut shows at Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom and London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town, are as follows:

Sat 24 Jul            Sheffield, Tramlines

Thu 5 Aug            Leeds, Millennium Square w/DMA’s

Wed 11 Aug         London, Omeara w/BBC Introducing

Sat 28 Aug           Portsmouth, Victorious Festival

Sun 5 Sep            Warrington, Neighbourhood Weekender

Fri 10 Sep            Glasgow, TRNSMT 2021

Sun 26 Sep          Manchester, Castlefield Bowl – w/Snow Patrol

Wed 29 Sep         Newcastle, O2 Academy*

Thu 30 Sep          Birmingham, O2 Institute*

Sat 2 Oct              Nottingham, Rock City*

Sat 3 Oct              Liverpool, Sound City

Mon 4 Oct            Cambridge, Junction

Tue 5 Oct             Brighton, Concorde

Thu 7 Oct             London, O2 Forum Kentish Town*

Fri 8 Oct               Southampton, The 1865

Sat 9 Oct              Bristol, SWX

Mon 11 Oct           Sheffield, O2 Academy*

Tue 12 Oct            Leeds, O2 Academy*

Thu 14 Oct            Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom*

Sat 16 Oct             Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse* SOLD OUT

Fri 12 Nov             Hull, Social – SOLD OUT^

Sun 14 Nov           Leicester, O2 Academy 2 – SOLD OUT^

Mon 15 Nov          Stoke, Sugarmill – SOLD OUT^

Tue 16 Nov            Cardiff, Globe SOLD OUT^

Wed 17 Nov          Oxford O2 Academy 2 – SOLD OUT^

Fri 3 Dec               Dunfermline, PJ Molloys – SOLD OUT^

Sat 4 Dec              Dundee, Fat Sam’s^

Mon 6 Dec            Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree – SOLD OUT^

Tue 7 Dec             Edinburgh, The Liquid Room – SOLD OUT^


*Upgraded and Rescheduled Dates
^Rescheduled Dates
Tickets for all venues sold via and www.thelathums.comAll previously purchased tickets remain valid for rescheduled dates.
The Lathums also pick up rearranged arena tour dates with Blossoms and accept the invitation from Paul Weller to open his UK-wide run of shows later this year.
Having completed their debut album at Parr Street, produced by The Coral’s James Skelly, the band looks forward to revealing more new music before hitting the road.