Spanish Love Songs To Play Two Intimate London Shows

Spanish Love Songs have announced two very special intimate shows, where they’ll be playing their ‘Brave Faces Everyone’ album in its entirety.

The two shows will take place at London’s Lafayette on July 08 and 09, just in the run-up to their 2000trees Festival appearance (July 10 to 12).

Tickets are available from Friday, 02 February at 10am from here.

Today’s news of the two special shows also comes off the back of the band’s recent sold-out Electric Ballroom gig.

We might still be loving the band’s latest album ‘No Joy’, but this will be a chance to catch their ‘Brave Faces Everyone’ LP in full.

Released just weeks before a global pandemic took hold, ‘Brave Faces Everyone’ contains such Spanish Love Songs favourites as ‘Routine Pain’ and ‘Self-Destruction (as a Sensible Career Choice)’.

Speaking to Rock Sound about some of the band’s favourite lyrics, frontman Dylan Slocum dived into some of the album’s lines for our ‘Behind The Lyrics’ feature.

Dissecting the line, “Trying to take these bastards for a quarter of a million // Despite your mom’s protesting” on ‘Beach Front Property’, he said:

“I get asked about this line quite a lot, and it’s about how me and every friend I have in America are scared that we’re never going to get out from under our student loan debt, but we’re also trying to be tough about it. 

“They’re going to keep charging me interest and by the time I die, I’m going to owe them a quarter of a million dollars. Despite that though, there’s a deep-seated fear for a whole generation of being saddled with an unthinkable debt.”

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