The Japanese House releases debute album ‘Good At Falling’

THE JAPANESE HOUSE has revealed her debut album GOOD AT FALLING will be released via Dirty Hit on 1 March 2019. Produced by THE JAPANESE HOUSE [aka Amber Bain] BJ Burton [Low, Bon Iver] and the 1975’s George Daniel, GOOD AT FALLING follows four acclaimed EPs and includes the latest single, LILO, released last month. The upbeat new track, FOLLOW MY GIRL, which sees Amber, “trying to find myself a sense of direction”, is available to listen to now and as an instant grat with the album pre-order.

GOOD AT FALLING began as demos recorded by Bain on her laptop in her room in London, and was finished in studios across Wisconsin, Brussels and Oxford by Bain, Burton and Daniel. The result is an album that draws from Bain’s life in a way her work never has before; a more personal and vulnerable yet confident body of work. “These songs are definitely more direct,” she explains, “the album has a lot more of me in it, so it makes sense”.

Pre-order GOOD AT FALLING here:

Listen to FOLLOW MY GIRL here:

GOOD AT FALLING track listing:

* Went to Meet Her [Intro]
* Maybe You’re the Reason
* We Talk all the Time
* Wild
* You Seemed So Happy
* Follow My Girl
* somethingfartoogoodtofeel
* Lilo
* Everybody Hates Me
* Marika Is Sleeping
* Worms
* f a r a w a y
* I Saw You in A Dream

THE JAPANESE HOUSE has released four acclaimed EPs with Dirty Hit:
CLEAN [2015]

With an “experimental and impressive” [DIY] sound adored by both critics and fans alike, Amber has played in arenas across the UK with label mates the 1975, taking in shows at London O2 Arena, and found herself landing a spot on the prestigious BBC Sound Of 2017 Longlist. With a raft of sold out headline dates under her belt, including a night at London Koko, “Bain’s rise to the top appears imminent” [NME].

THE JAPANESE HOUSE will tour the UK in November and North America in December, and recently announced a European tour for January and February next year. Full dates are as below and tickets are available now at:

Danny Peart
Editor / Live Music Photographer / Journalist at Soundcheck-Live

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