LOCK Unveil new video for ‘Everlasting Road

LOCK Unveil new video for 'Everlasting Road

LOCK have announced they will be supporting Sophie Ellis-Bextor on her UK tour next year, including a date at London’s KOKO on March 1st. See all dates below. Last week they announced the release of their new EP ‘Everlasting Road’. 

Members of a large family of musicians, sisters Edie and Gita Langley were raised on The Mamas & The Papas, Bob Dylan and The Beatles. They were classically trained at an early age and began performing alongside their siblings.

However, the pair were drawn towards a darker side and in secret they watched and re-watched Betty Blue and Twin Peaks, and fell asleep to the haunting vocals of Julee Cruise.

Check out the video for Ed Harcourt produced title track ‘Everlasting Road’ BELOW.

They grew up, left home, seperated.

Edie worked as a touring musician, singing vocals with the likes of Carl Barat and Adam Green, and recording with Mark Ronson.

Gita studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London, before touring as a violinist with The Streets, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Band of Horses and Serj Tankian.

They got back together, now they’re LOCK.

The debut album is due for release next year, but Edie and Gita have plenty to say right now, in the form of their beautiful second EP ‘Everlasting Road’, out now via Platoon, with a title track produced by none other than Ed Harcourt. LOCK have also been announced as the main support on Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s UK tour in February 2017 (dates below), including a date at London’s KOKO on March 1st.

Catch LOCK Live Supporting Sophie Ellis-Bextor:

February 2017:

Thurs 16th – Norwich, Waterfront
Fri 17th – Birmingham, Institute 2
Sat 18th – Gateshead, The Sage
Mon 20th – Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall
Tues 21st – Inverness, Ironworks
Thurs 23rd – Manchester, Gorilla
Fri 24th – Holmfirth, Picture House
Sat 25th – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
Mon 27th – Brighton, Concorde 2
Tues 28th – Bristol, Trinity

March 2017

Wed 1st – London, Koko

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