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The Lathums’ story began just two years ago with the band making swift graduation from Greater Manchester pubs to festival stages including Kendal Calling and Neighbourhood Weekender. The Lathums nimbly swerved the wreckage of the Coronavirus pandemic to remain stubbornly on the rise. 2020 saw them make their first impression on the UK Album Charts, settling at Number 14 for their vinyl-only EP compilation, The Memories We Make and then taking top spot in the UK Vinyl Chart – TWICE - for their first two Island Records releases, All My Life and I See Your Ghost.

It was a year that also saw them honoured with a place on the BBC Sound Of 2021 longlist, appearing on Later… With Jools Holland and enjoying a week-long BBC Radio One residency on the BBC Introducing Playlist. The breathless pace at which their popularity has escalated has been captured in upbeat recording sessions for their debut album at Parr Street Studios with producers, James Skelly and Chris Taylor.  

The Lathums

The Lathums’ story began just two years ago with the band making swift graduation from Greater Manchester pubs to festival stages including Kendal Calling and Neighbourhood Weekender. The Lathums nimbly swerved the wreckage of the Coronavirus pandemic to remain stubbornly on the rise. 2020 saw them make their first impression on the UK Album Charts, settling at Number 14 for their vinyl-only EP compilation, The Memories We Make and then taking top spot in the UK Vinyl Chart – TWICE - for their first two Island Records releases, All My Life and I See Your Ghost.

It was a year that also saw them honoured with a place on the BBC Sound Of 2021 longlist, appearing on Later… With Jools Holland and enjoying a week-long BBC Radio One residency on the BBC Introducing Playlist. The breathless pace at which their popularity has escalated has been captured in upbeat recording sessions for their debut album at Parr Street Studios with producers, James Skelly and Chris Taylor.  

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