NEW SINGLE : Anchor Lane give their all in new single and video ‘I Don’t Have Another Soul To Pour’

Anchor Lane give their all in new single and video
‘I Don’t Have Another Soul To Pour’

New album Call This A Reality? released 27th January

Glasgow-based alt-rock trio Anchor Lane have shared their single ‘I Don’t Have Another Soul To Pour’. Following the path laid out by previous single ‘Stutter’, ‘I Don’t Have Another Soul To Pour’ delivers more driving riffs and incendiary energy, which we have come to expect from the Glasgow rockers. ‘IDHASTP’ is the second single from the band’s upcoming album, Call This a Reality?, due for release 27th January.

Anchor Lane comment: “‘I Don’t Have Another Soul To Pour’ is about giving it your all but it’s still not good enough. You reach a breaking point. Silence and a life void of motion is the only possible way because to live is to suffer.”

Anchor Lane‘s upcoming sophomore album Call This A Reality? was produced by Bruce Rintoul (Twin AtlanticFathersonVukovi). Early reviews from Cyderbaby and The Moshville Times have already called the album “A masterpiece” and “Infectious” respectively, while first single ‘Stutter’ received airplay on the likes of BBC Radio Scotland and was made ‘Track of the Week’ on Planet Rock Radio.

Anchor Lane will be on tour in the UK starting 28th January to promote Call This A Reality?. Catch the band at one of the shows below:

Jan 28: Glasgow Garage G2
Feb 2: Bradford Nightrain
Feb 4: Newcastle St. Doms
Feb 5: Manchester Retro
Feb 7: Grimsby Yardbirds
Feb 8: Plymouth The Junction
Feb 10:  Bridgwater Cobblestones
Feb 11: Birmingham Asylum 2
Feb 12: Stoke-on-Trent Eleven
Feb 14: Chester Live Rooms L2
Feb 15: Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms
Feb 16: Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Feb 24: Aberdeen Krakatoa
Feb 25: Edinburgh The Mash House

Tickets available here:

Call This A Reality? follows the band’s 2020 debut album Casino, which went straight to number nine on the Official UK Rock Album Chart, as well as getting the band important support from the likes of NMEBBC Radio Scotland and Planet Rock. Despite being denied the ability to tour the album due to COVID, Anchor Lane secured performances at Download and the Isle of Wight Festival, as well as key support slots with Eagles of Death Metal, Tremonti and Skindred.

Anchor Lane are:
Vocals – Conor Gaffney
Guitars – Lawrence O’Brien
Drums – Graeme Newbury

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