Premiere: Listen to 'Love Decide', the hard-hitting new single from WHARVES

Premiere: Listen to 'Love Decide', the hard-hitting new single from WHARVES

The four-piece have also announced a huge run of east coast tour dates to celebrate.

Riding high on a triple j Unearthed win to play Splendour In The Grass, Lennox Head quartet WHARVES have unveiled a slamming new single in Love Decide. Produced by Steve Schram (San Cisco, Tiny Little Houses), it's soaring slice of stadium indie-rock, bringing to mine the likes of Editors and Foals. Frontman Matthew Collins describes the story behind the single: "Love Decide is about accepting that some things are bigger and more powerful than you and that you aren't always in control. It’s a reminder to myself that it's ok to be on my own and if a relationship isn't working, I can let go and I will be happier and free. I'm not lying to myself or the person I'm with by forcing something that's not meant to be."

The track comes with news they're heading on a huge 10-date trip up and down the east coast, catch all the dates once you've tucked into Love Decide, below:

TOUR DATES:

FRI 25 AUG - BEACH HOTEL, BYRON BAY

SAT 26 AUG - SHARK BAR, GOLD COAST

WED 6 SEP - NEW GLOBE THEATRE, BRISBANE (BIGSOUND)

THU 7 SEP - BRIGHTSIDE, BRISBANE (BIGSOUND)

FRI 8 SEP - LENNOX HOTEL, LENNOX HEAD

THU 14 SEP - THE GRACE DARLING, MELBOURNE

FRI 15 SEP - THE BRISBANE HOTEL, HOBART

FRI 29 SEP | WAYWARDS, SYDNEY

SUN 1 OCT | CAMBRIDGE HOTEL, NEWCASTLE

SAT 7 OCT | LECHE CAFÉ, YAMBA

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