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Brighton post-punk prospects Thyla continue their extraordinary rise with new cut "Lenox Hill" ahead of the band’s eagerly anticipated sophomore EP 'Everything At Once' set for release on the 7th February. Racing to the forefront of the emerging indie landscape, the rising quartet returned in October last year with masterfully crafted single "Two Sense", attracted glowing praise from all corners of the press (Pitchfork, Stereogum, NME, The Line Of Best Fit, Dork) and across the airwaves following the arrival of debut EP What’s On Your Mind? at the top of 2019 which was featured in both Stereogum's Best EP's of 2019 and Paste's 20 Best EP's of 2019! Detailing their newest effort, enigmatic frontwoman Millie Duthie explained: “Lenox Hill is the hospital I was born in, with the track inspired by my early years as a kid living in New York City. It’s an honest and emotional coming-of-age tale. Life can take so many turns and you can forget where you came from and what makes you you. The important stuff like family can get set aside in the pursuit of whatever it is that drives you. Lenox Hill is about realising you’re lost and deciding to go back to your roots to find the way again”. The indie juggernauts have had a formidable 2019 on the road supporting the likes of Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, in addition to capacity shows at The Great Escape, Live At Leeds and Hit The North, and finished up 2019 with their first full-length UK headline tour. The band will play a special EP release show the night of the release on 7th February at Brighton Electric. Thyla is Millie Duthie (vocals, guitar), Mitch Duce (guitar), Dan Hole (bass) and Danny Southwell (drums).