Energetic trio, Loveable Rogues, are set to release their debut album ‘This and That’ on August 11. The Rogues release the widely anticipated album hot on the heels of the success of the ‘Honest EP’ which rocketed to number 6 in the iTunes album charts, and was astonishingly only their first offering since top 10 single ‘What a Night’ back in early 2013. This and That is the perfect soundtrack to the summer.
The lead track from the album is the fan-favourite ‘Love Sick’. The track taps into the same high-octane, feel-good sound associated with the band. ‘Love Sick’ comes straight from the heart of this mixed-genre, musically dextrous band, and is a reminder of why the nation fell in love with the Loveable Rogues. Fans who pre-order the album on July 4 will instantly receive ‘Love Sick’.
The new video for Lovesick is released today and can be seen below:
Eddie says, ‘The body of work that we display within the ‘This and that’ album has lived with us for years… So it is a mixture of relief and excitement that ears other than our own finally get to listen to it. The songs have spawned from various events throughout our teenage years and I hope that when people listen to them they can relate to the honest nature of the tales we tell.’
The band shared a studio with Red Triangle Productions (5 Seconds of Summer, One Direction) and Sonny J Mason (The Wanted, Little Mix) to produce the self-penned album – an album that will undoubtedly satisfy the palpable anticipation being emitted by their expansive, multi-national fan-base.
Pop Scoop! recently sat down to have a chat with Eddie, Sonny and Té. They spoke about Britain’s Got Talent, life after Syco, their first ever headline tour and their upcoming single. We we’re also treated to a lovely acoustic of their latest single ‘Honest’.
The full-length debut solidifies the perception that Loveable Rogues are a force to be reckoned with.
What A Night
Story About Me
Someone You’re Not
Everything’s Better With You
This and That
Mr. Piano Man
‘This and That’ available to pre-order now: