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Songs are going to release their third single via RIP Records on the 31st of March…and look at their artwork…rudey dudey! ‘Point Of Origin’ is a spiraling wave of psychedelic euphoria tantalizingly dipped in shoe-gazing nostalgia.

The track will be released alongside b-sides ‘Broader Klang’ and ‘Partners’ and after Temple Songs already released singles ‘Passed Caring’ and ‘I Can’t Look After You’ it marks yet another impressive achievement for the Manchester guys, fronted by self-made man Jolan Lewis.

Temple Songs are currently touring the UK in support of their recent release, before heading back to Manchester to finish working on their debut album, released later this year.

Tour dates are as follows:

21st March – The Bell Jar, Sheffield
22nd March – Oakford – Social Club, Reading
26th March – The Cookie Jar, Leicester
27th March – The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
28th March – Chameleon Arts Café, Nottingham
29th March – Night & Day, Manchester
19th April – Deaf Institute, Manchester (Clash Record Store Day Showcase)