Childhood announce album release ahead of Latitude appearance

16:01 28 May 2014

Childhood will play Latitude Festival in July

Childhood will play Latitude Festival in July


Indie rockers Childhood have announced the release date of their debut album ahead of their appearance at Latitude Festival in July.

The four-piece, whose drummer Jonny Williams is from Stevenage, will release their new LP Lacuna on August 11.

Jonny said: “Being in a studio is definitely different to playing in a room at home. No one has heard our newest song yet but we probably wouldn’t have written that song the way we have if we’d just jammed it in a room and played it live for a while.

“Looking towards the future, we may soon have the opportunity to record a cover, which may end up being a lot cooler than just doing a cover, but we can’t really talk about it at the moment.”

Childhood will play Latitude Festival, being held between Thursday July 17 - Sunday 20, in Suffolk. They will play alongside headliners Damon Albarn, Two Door Cinema Club and The Black Keys.

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