All the Young will release their third single 'Quiet Night In' on October 10th, following on from 'Welcome Home' and debut single 'The First Time'. It is taken from their anticipated debut album; however, it is not known when this will be released.
The sedate video for Quiet Night In is a simple one. When the four piece are not walking along a typical grey British beach, they are rehearsing their infectious song in a room filled with the light of sunset that wouldn't look out of place in a stately home.
All The Young have already gained support from DJ Zane Lowe and XFM. You may also have seen them supporting Hard-Fi, The Wombats, The Courteneers and Morrises.
Quiet Night In has had some help from music heavyweights, too: it was produced by Garth Richardson (Red Hot Chili Peppers; Biffy Clyro) and mixed by Rich Costey (Muse; My Chemical Romance).
All The Young kicked off their UK tour last night at Wrexham and will continue through the rest of September and into October. The full dates are as follows:
22nd - Preston, Mad Ferret
23rd - Doncaster, Social
24th - Manchester, Night and Day
26th - Glasgow, King Tut's
29th - Leeds, Cockpit
30th - Blackburn, Live Lounge
1st - Sheffield, Plug
4th - London, Borderline
5th - Derby, Victoria Inn
7th - Luton, Charlie Brown's
8th - Stoke, King's Hall
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