After smartly forming the much-anticipated LODDFEST (on Saturday 18th September 2021) with the awesome folks at THE LODDON BREWERY, Third Lung drops their third single of the year which urges us to join together and get back into the live music rhythm on ‘What Is a Life?‘.
Third Lung is a well-respected Reading, England-based four-piece indie-rock band with a terrific sound which seems to wash all your worries away into the distance. They make that meaningful music with such real introspection into issues which are actually important.
Their wondrous heart-beating sound can be compared to a few other bands but they are the most relevant one around in the UK currently. It feels like they are really building an impressively resilient castle that will never ever be conquered – no matter what the world says – as they perform for more than themselves. They seem to be able to lift you up no matter what your day is telling you to do – and the soundscape is absolutely scrumptious – just like a tasty cold drink after a salty swim in the sand-filled sea.
This is the story about coming closer again and making sure that those you truly care about are there right now, no matter what has happened before. After many gigs and festivals lost, the live music scene all over the world has been decimated and this feels like a way to change the current tide of doom.
‘What Is a Life?‘ from the top quality Reading, England indie rockers Third Lung, is a true classic single in every sense of the word. Their stunning vocals, carefully crafted lyrics and blush-heavy sound, has all the makings of a real gem for our tired hearts. After so much time away from each other, this feels like a sensational single we can all jump up and down to, hug closely to, and make new friends with. This really is one of the best tracks of the year so far without doubt, as it is one of those memorable songs you feel deep in your beating heart, packed full of pure joy and love.
Music really does heal all worries away.
Stream their new single on Spotify and see more on IG.
With a bubbling translucent soundscape that offers breathtaking pureness, Third Lung shake down the door with their terrific new single called ‘I A Fire‘.
Four-piece UK indie rock n roll in-your-face band Third Lung, willingly bring us a crisp layer of textured goodness to snack on gleefully – as they make that special sauce type of music that is so rare on your willing palate – you just know you want some more like Oliver Twist.
This is the story about looking towards the future as you say goodbye to the past, while energetically destroying all the doubts that have stuck onto your potential moves. The only way to go and reach your dreams, is to actually try after all.
Their sound is supremely electric, as they ferociously push through the shaking speakers with such quality oozing from their spirit, you might still be blushing. This is a band on the rise, with such acclaim already and with festival slots surely on the horizon, when the world goes back to almost-normal in 2022.
‘I A Fire‘ from Third Lung is an exceptionally well-imagined piece of modern beauty, as their world class sound meshes so well into your glowing soul. They have the ability to mesmerize where others dial back, their seemingly effortless foray yields incredible results that will have you sweating in delight.
Hear this smashing new single on Spotify and see their IG for more song and future gig news.
Kicking off with a beautifully delayed, ethereal guitar line before drums, overdriven sweeping guitar chords, and Tom Farrelly’s deep, sonorous vocals join in, THIRD LUNG’s ‘Falling Stone’ is a well-written, mature piece of stadium-style rock, reminiscent of U2 or maybe Simple Minds, the Foo Fighters, or perhaps a little Coldplay. There’s everything here; delicate verses, a huge, singalong chorus, and a proper, lighters-aloft, show-ending crescendo of a middle eight. It’s a proper, grown-up rock song, well performed, well produced, and with an absolute cracker of a YouTube video to accompany it.
‘Falling Stone’ is an exploration of self-discovery, about being afraid to make changes and to look for things which, intrinsically, we need to find. On the basis of this, a lot more people will be finding THIRD LUNG in 2021.