London based alternative folk-rock outfit, Van Susans, return with the new album ‘Human Heat’ coming early 2019!
Van Susans are renowned for creating powerful, upbeat and hook-laden songs, packed full of soaring guitars and anthemic melodies.
The new single ‘Crossroads’ is out now through their label Beatnik Geek Records. Having picked up it’s debut airplay from BBC Radio 6 Music’s Chris Hawkins and numerous regional plays across the UK, the band are set to release their new album Human Heat for March 2019. Having played many festivals last year including Towersey Festival and having supported Imagine Dragons at London's The O2, the band are set for an even bigger 2019.
The core songwriting duo consists of frontman Olly Van Andrews with his rich, gravely vocals and trusty acoustic guitar and Ed Dullaway on piano and guitar (often at the same time). With classically trained Holly McLatchie, the Scottish femme fatale on violin, Dean Gibb on drums and Harvey Simpson on bass to complete the quintet.
The new album was recorded with producer legend Colin Eliiot (Richard Hawley, Slow Club) in his Yellow Arch Studios in Sheffield.