Alt-rockers WELSHLY ARMS Unveil debut album ‘No Place Is Home’ due 8th June + New track ‘Sanctuary’ – Listen

Alt-rockers WELSHLY ARMS Unveil debut album ‘No Place Is Home’ due 8th June + New track ‘Sanctuary’ - Listen

Having been ensconced in the studio working on their debut album ‘No Place Is Home’ due this June, Cleveland based six-piece blues and gospel influenced alternative band Welshly Arms preempt the release with a brand new track ‘Sanctaury’ that follows on from the much lauded ‘Legendary’ released last year. The band are also due to perform at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival.

Of ‘Sanctuary’, frontman Sam Getz says, “We wrote ‘Sanctuary’ in a time where everything on the news and in politics seemed so dark and out of control. Nothing felt safe, nowhere felt like home and there wasn’t a lot of positive news to find hope in. ‘Sanctuary’ is a reminder that hope is always there in the people you keep close. Even as the world seems to be breaking down around us, my family, friends and the people I love are where I always find my security and my home.”

Listen to ‘Sanctuary’ – BELOW:

This summer, Welshly Arms will support Thirty Seconds To Mars on the last leg of their upcoming US tour, before crossing the Atlantic for an exclusive performance at 2018’s Reading and Leeds Festival.

Welshly Arms released their Republic Records debut EP, ‘Legendary’, this past August. Legendary features the Gold Certified (Germany and Switzerland) title track, ‘Legendary’, which the band recently performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. “Legendary” has since surpassed 45 million streams on Spotify, 1.5 million Shazams and peaked at #14 at Alternative Radio. Welshly Arms has also seen significant success in the sync world, with ads for Miller, Hulu, NFL, Indian Motorcycles and Beck’s Beer, and their track “Hold on I’m Coming,” sound-tracked the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’.


01. “All The Way Up”

02. “Indestructible”

03. “Sanctuary”

04. “How High”

05. “All For Us”

06. “Down To The River”

07. “Locked”

08. “Hammer”

09. “Legendary”

10. “X”

11. “Wild”

12. “Love Of The Game”

13. “Unspoken”

UK dates:

24.8 – Leeds Festival – Leeds, UK

26.8 – Reading Festival – Reading, UK

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