Leeds quartet L’objectif announce new EP ‘The Left Side’, and UK headline tour

"Leeds band L’objectif announces their latest EP, 'The Left Side,' with a fresh single 'Puppy' and a string of UK headline tour dates."

L'objectif the left side

Leeds-based L’objectif have just announced their new EP, The Left Side, set to drop on March 22nd through Chess Club Records.

They’ve also released a fresh single, ‘Puppy’, accompanied by a video directed by Ethan Porter. Check it out below…

If that’s not enough, L’objectif will also hit the road for a headline tour this spring, including London’s George Tavern on May 1st. The tour is a follow-up to last year’s busy schedule, which saw them gracing stages at major festivals like All Points East and Reading & Leeds.

The Left Side represents a significant leap in L’objectif’s musical evolution. At the helm of the band’s creativity, Saul Kane wrote and produced the entire EP, with Ali Chant co-producing ‘Conman’ and ‘ITSA’. Recorded in Saul’s bedroom, the EP reflects a deep introspection and maturation as the band transitions from their teenage years into adulthood.

Saul summarises the essence of the EP: “It’s the closest we have been to our most concise and authentic self. It’s another window into the musical space we wish to explore, yet I think the image we want to create is much clearer on this project. It signifies the end of a section in our lives, moving out from the haze of the moment and reflecting on it in the most profound way we possibly could at the time.”

L’objectif have already captured the attention of music aficionados and media alike, with notable nods from BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, NME, and The Sunday Times, among others.

Catch L’objectif live in 2024 at these venues:

  • Apr 11: The Poetry Club, Glasgow
  • Apr 12: Bobiks, Newcastle
  • Apr 13: Brudenell Social Club (Community Room), Leeds
  • Apr 18: The Jacaranda, Liverpool
  • Apr 19: The Lodge at Deaf Institute, Manchester
  • Apr 20: Dead Wax Digbeth, Birmingham
  • Apr 25: The Louisiana, Bristol
  • Apr 26: Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
  • Apr 27: The Bodega, Nottingham
  • May 1: The George Tavern, London
  • May 2: Prince Albert, Brighton
  • May 4: The 1865, Southampton
  • May 18: Get Together Festival, Sheffield

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