Partly Faithful announce debut album, ‘Lazarus Under Glass’

By January 2, 2013 January 17th, 2017 London, News

London-based post-punk artrockers Partly Faithful have announced that their debut album will be called ‘Lazarus  Under Glass’. It will be released on April 22, 2013 with distribution through Trash Vogue Records.

Partly Faithful are currently putting the finishing touches to the album, which has been recorded in the South of England by Lewis Childs (S.C.U.M/Nosferatu). It will feature all new songs, including live favourites ‘Collapsing’ and ‘Stop’. It follows hot on the heels of their critically acclaimed EPs ‘Partly Faithful’ and ‘The Beehive’.

“This album shows off a different side to Partly Faithful,” explains frontman Ed Banshee. “When Anouska [Haze, guitars] joined last year, she unleashed something very dark and dangerous within us and this comes through on ‘Lazarus Under Glass’. I think it’s going to surprise a lot of people!”