The Little Lord Street Band released their new album ‘Time and Place’ on Monday, 22nd April.
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The Little Lord Street Band Release New Album ‘Time and Place’

The Little Lord Street Band released their new album ‘Time and Place’ on Monday, 22nd April. The album consists of 11 tracks which is sure to take the listeners on an emotional rollercoaster ride. 

The Little Lord Street Band has won the award of Best Country Act at the WAM awards for three consecutive years and has stayed for weeks on the Amrap charts, they also got themselves showcased BIGSOUND in the year 2018, and have been well appreciated by Double J, Scenestr, ABC Country and many others. 

‘Time and Place’- The Little Lord Street Band

“I guess it’s a ‘looking back’ album. It’s about when you get to that point in your life and you look back on what’s happened or what’s been going on. It’s that sort of longing for something that you can’t have back. It’s quite a glass half empty, but at the same time, it’s about enjoying your memories.” shared Jimmy Rogers. 

Tracklist of ‘Time and Place”:

  1. Time And Place (Lead single out Friday, March 22)
  2. Can’t Go Back
  3. High Beams
  4. The Mess
  5. Chasing A Shadow, Sold On A Song
  6. It’s Just Us
  7. Burning All Night
  8. Could Have Been Someone
  9. I Am Enough
  10. Don’t Wait Too Long
  11. You’re Hurt

You can stream the new album “Time and Place “ here.

‘Time and Place’ Album Tour Dates:

  • Saturday,20th April – Midland Records, Midland (Perth)
  • Wednesday, 24th April – Lyrics Underground, Maylands (Perth)
  • Saturday, 4th May- Grampians Grape Escape, Halls Gap (VIC) **
  • Sunday, 5th May- Lomond Hotel, Brunswick East (Melb) **
  • Saturday, 25th May- Vinyl Cafe, Leederville (WA) **
  • Saturday, 1st June – Bencubbin Offroad Racing, Bencubbin (WA)
  • Sunday, 2nd June- Honky Tonk Blues, Fremantle (WA)
  • Friday, 7th June- Southerly’s, Dongara (WA)
  • Sunday, 9th June- Finlay’s, Kalbarri (WA) **
  • Friday, 15th June- Red Country Festival, Newman (WA)
  • Saturday, 15th June- Red Country Festival, Port Hedland (WA)
  • Sunday, 16th June- Red Country Festival, Karratha (WA)

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