Lakes Debuts New Single, ‘Kids’

Courtesy: Know Hope Records

Independent indie rock  band Lakes debuted the lead single from its forthcoming EP this week.

The band debuted its new single ‘Kids‘ Friday.  The song is the lead single from the band’s forthcoming 7″/EP This World of OursIt Came Apart.  The record is scheduled for release July 24 through Know Hope Records.

The song’s musical arrangement is a light, airy composition that boasts slight pop punk elements and even some emo elements.  Its lyrical theme will engage listeners in its own way.

The band’s new single features a guest appearance by Dan Lambton (ex-Real Friends).  The band released a collective statement about Lambton’s appearance on the song, in which it praised him for his participation.

“We met Dan through Instagram after he tagged us in a photo of a tattoo he had just got of the artwork from our debut album and some lyrics from our song “Ontario,” the statement reads. “This obviously blew our minds! We met up at the Real Friends show at The Electric Ballroom in London and he was the absolute best host and kindest man. We stayed in touch and we are so honoured to have him sing on this.”

‘Kids’ is available to stream and download through Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and Lakes’ official Bandcamp page.

Pre-orders are open now for This World of OursIt Came Apart.

More information on Lakes’ new single and EP is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:






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