All We Are share acoustic version of ‘Human’
8th December 2017
Earlier this year, All We Are released their second record Sunny Hills. Produced by Kwes, it found the band with a new sense of urgency and a new sound - taking in psychedelia, krautrock and post-punk. It also carried a powerful message about what it means to be alive right now and the power of friendship and togetherness in a world intent on driving us apart.
Continuing their constant musical evolution, the trio have been working on an alternate Sunny Hills album, creating rearranged, delicately percussive versions of their own songs. The first track to be shared is ‘Human’, and the sparse, gentle instrumentation allow the lyrics to take centre stage.
All We Are say of the new version: “With this version of ‘Human’ we really wanted to strip it all back and leave the message of the song naked and centre point. We all need to show a bit more humanity, especially at this time of year.”
The band have also been branching their merch out into Christmas decorations. Check them out here.
Having played several festivals in the summer including Glastonbury, Latitude and End of the Road, as well as their first live shows in Australia last month, All We Are will head back out on tour in the UK in March 2018.
All We Are are Guro Gikling from Norway (vocals, bass), Luis Santos from Brazil (guitars) and Richard O’Flynn from Ireland (drums/vocals).
All We Are 2018 live dates
Thurs 1st March – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham Tickets
Fri 2nd March – Soup Kitchen, Manchester Tickets
Sat 3rd March – North Shore Troubadour, Liverpool Tickets
Tues 13th March – Omeara, London Tickets
Wed 14th March – The Prince Albert, Brighton Tickets
Thurs 15th March – Louisiana, Bristol Tickets