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Larkins Release "Are We Having Any Fun Yet?"

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Larkins have released a viral, fan-based video that taps into quarantine culture.

May 31, 2020


Following the release of their huge new single “Are We Having Any Fun Yet?”, rising Manchester band Larkins unleash a viral, fan-based video that taps into quarantine culture as well as the growing excitement around them. In just the few weeks it’s been out, “Are We Having Any Fun Yet?” - co-written and produced by Dan Nigro (Finneas, Conan Gray) and mixed by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, Childish Gambino) - has seen the band’s profile rise further, with support flying in from both the UK and the USA.



A candid look into the bedrooms of 100 of their fans, the video also features cameos from members of The Wombats and Circa Waves plus TikTok stars Isacc Frost, Laura Whelan and Max Loveridge. Their focus on their relationship with their fans and their wellbeing is making them stand further out, with a new website launched to help fans voice their feelings and worries during the current uncertain times already attracting hundreds of responses.

An exciting reputation is already being formed with Larkins: their arena-scale blend of anthemic, synth-laden alt-pop reverberating with a growing number of kids with each subsequent release, the band have accumulated millions of streams - their two offerings for 2019, the ‘TV Dream’ EP and the ‘Not Enough Love’ single amassing 5M streams alone with a 30-date headline tour and 4,000 tickets sold.

Now named in the NME 100 For 2020 at the start of the year, and already drawing critical attention from tastemakers including The Line Of Best Fit, Dork, Clash, Earmilk, and Billboard as well as Zane Lowe and Travis Mills at Beats 1, Annie Mac and Jack Saunders at Radio 1. In the US, support is growing fast across Alt Nation and KROQ - it feels like Larkins are a force of nature continuing to attempt to infiltrate the mainstream.







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Larkins Release "Are We Having Any Fun Yet?"

May 31, 2020

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Larkins have released a viral, fan-based video that taps into quarantine culture.

Following the release of their huge new single “Are We Having Any Fun Yet?”, rising Manchester band Larkins unleash a viral, fan-based video that taps into quarantine culture as well as the growing excitement around them. In just the few weeks it’s been out, “Are We Having Any Fun Yet?” - co-written and produced by Dan Nigro (Finneas, Conan Gray) and mixed by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, Childish Gambino) - has seen the band’s profile rise further, with support flying in from both the UK and the USA.



A candid look into the bedrooms of 100 of their fans, the video also features cameos from members of The Wombats and Circa Waves plus TikTok stars Isacc Frost, Laura Whelan and Max Loveridge. Their focus on their relationship with their fans and their wellbeing is making them stand further out, with a new website launched to help fans voice their feelings and worries during the current uncertain times already attracting hundreds of responses.

An exciting reputation is already being formed with Larkins: their arena-scale blend of anthemic, synth-laden alt-pop reverberating with a growing number of kids with each subsequent release, the band have accumulated millions of streams - their two offerings for 2019, the ‘TV Dream’ EP and the ‘Not Enough Love’ single amassing 5M streams alone with a 30-date headline tour and 4,000 tickets sold.

Now named in the NME 100 For 2020 at the start of the year, and already drawing critical attention from tastemakers including The Line Of Best Fit, Dork, Clash, Earmilk, and Billboard as well as Zane Lowe and Travis Mills at Beats 1, Annie Mac and Jack Saunders at Radio 1. In the US, support is growing fast across Alt Nation and KROQ - it feels like Larkins are a force of nature continuing to attempt to infiltrate the mainstream.


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