PAWS will release new album 'Your Church On My Bonfire' on April 26th.
The Scottish group worked with Andy Monaghan of Frightened Rabbit on the record, one billed as an intimate statement from the three-piece.
Enduring a rocky spell – grief, mental illness, a line up re-shuffle – PAWS come racing out the traps with new song 'Not Enough', wrapping around that sloping, contagious riff.
The production lets the song breath a little, while Philip Taylor's yearning vocal references troubled relationships and family.
The video references a lyric by The Postal Service: “I’ve made charts and graphs that should finally make it clear / I’ve prepared a lecture on why I have to leave.”
Set to play this year's SXSW in Austin, Texas, you can check out PAWS' new song below.
'Your Church On My Bonfire' comes out April 26th on Ernest Jenning Record Co.
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