Jaws Releases Stream Of Their Eagerly Anticipated Debut Album 'Be Slowly' [Listen]

Jaws Releases Stream Of Their Eagerly Anticipated Debut Album 'Be Slowly' [Listen]

Indie pop band band Jaws stream their eagerly anticipate new  debut album Be Slowly.

An impressive, uniquely affecting and infectiously re-playable body of work, 'Be Slowly' places JAWS as one of the most compelling and irresistible propositions in today's landscape of British guitar music. Alongside the singles that have defined the JAWS sound and established them as the formidable venue-filling, crowd-surfing prospect they have grown to, Be Slowly features eight brand new tracks that further speak to the groups accomplished and sophisticated song craft, tight knit dynamics and subtly insightful and affecting emotional depths.

The full length follows a year which has seen the upstart Birmingham 4-piece release the Milkshake EP and Gold single - both of which were met with praise and sparked huge anticipation from fans and critics as to the young bands exciting evolution. 2014 has seen them step further - 'Think Too Much, Feel Too Little' received huge support from Radio 1 and went straight into the Top 10 in the iTunes Alternative chart. All the while, the band have continued to relentlessly tour their well established live show - gathering more and more fans as they go. 

JAWS will embark on their biggest UK headline tour to date to coincide with the release of their album. Kicking off in Brighton on Monday 15th, the band reach London's Garage on the 19th, rounding it up at East Village Arts Centre, Liverpool on the 26th.

Listen to 'Be Slowly' in full here:

'Be Slowly' Track list:
1. Time
2. Cameron
3. Gold
4. Swim
5. Home
6. Be Slowly
7. Think Too Much, Feel Too Little
8. Filth
9. Sunset State
10. Surround You
11. NYE

Full September Tour Dates:
15/09 The Haunt, Brighton
16/09 Exchange, Bristol
17/09 Bodega, Nottingham
18/09 McCluskys, Kingston
19/09 Garage, London
20/09 The Oobeleck, Birmingham
22/09 Deaf Institute, Manchester
23/09 Belgrave, Leeds
24/09 Think Tank, Newcastle
25/09 King Tuts, Glasgow
26/09 East Village Arts Centre, Liverpool