The British band has also shared a live version of ‘Fight On’ from a recent Manchester gig
The two-day event will return for a 15th anniversary edition between April 30 and May 1 next year.
The song was inspired by BBC show ‘Inside No.9.’
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The UK indie band has rocketed to the top of the charts with its debut LP, unseating Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy.’
The band’s debut album, ‘How Beautiful Life Can Be,’ is out September 24.
Their tour kicks off July 24 in Sheffield.
The Newcastle-based event will also include Gerry Cinnamon, Blossoms, Inhaler, The Lathums and more.
5,000 fans will be allowed to attend the May 2 event at the venue which normally holds 7,500 people.
Despite its relatively jaunty, anthemic nature, the new song was written during a period of "deep personal loss".
The rising quartet’s UK run includes upgraded venues.
The Island signees are already making waves in their native UK, landing on the coveted BBC Sound Of 2021 list, and NME’s 100 list of emerging artists of 2021.
The annual BBC Sound Of 2021 list highlights 10 musicians expected to take the upcoming year by storm. It has previously highlighted Yungblud, Billie Eilish, and Adele.