The Lottery Winners have released their new single and video for their collaboration with pop icon Boy George, “Let Me Down”, taken from their upcoming album due out 28th April.
The new track features a bravura performance from George, recalling moments from his solo career and Culture Club with its Summery tone but emotional intensity.
The video for the song pays homage to the legacy of George’s career through equality and paving the way for a younger generation of artists. It features George and The Lottery Winners bringing the song’s bright elements to life with a neon-draped performance, as well as starring ‘This Is England’ actor Will Travis.
“Let Me Down” follows on from the release of the first single from the new album “Worry”, and the Shaun Ryder collaboration “Money”. The album itself, “Anxiety Replacement Therapy”, also features recent touring mate Frank Turner. The band also unveiled the album with an inventive nostalgia-soaked Art Attack parody.
The Lottery Winners have also announced a recent tour, as well as festival dates throughout the summer including Neighborhood Weekender in Manchester in May. “Anxiety Replacement Therapy” is the follow-up to 2021’s “Something To Leave The House For” which reached at No.11 in the Album Charts.
2022 saw the band take their live reputation Stateside for sold out shows across the pond as well as in the UK, along with main stage festival slots, all climaxing with a homecoming Christmas at Manchester Albert Hall, with 1,800 tickets selling out in just 10 hours.
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