2017 is the year Lover invite you to be part of their world with the release of their stunning debut album ‘Human Geography’.
A morbid longing for the picturesque and a desire to explore life that rarely exists beyond the boundaries of literature, where dissatisfaction is bohemian and vaguely Marxist in origin, Lover are here to show you the beauty in the darkness.
Music from the depths of dark and twisted cognition to speak to a generation opening its eyes to gender fluidity and pansexuality, Lover have been walking this road for some time. Their chemistry on stage is how you’ll find them backstage – tactile and empirical, the band only have eyes for each other.
Fronted by the enigmatic Sarah Bradbury she is the woman who men aspire to be and women dream about. Confident and alluring, she is the personification of feminine charm yet armed with the strength and flexibility of an Amazonian warrior. Sarah is front and centre, the coherent chimera of the group.
Threatening and seductive, Lover are striding confidently into a future that looks to welcome them as one of the UK’s most important emerging bands.