How Will I Know If Heaven Will Find Me? The Amazons

Album info

Album-Release:
2022

HRA-Release:
08.09.2022

Label: Fiction

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Adult Alternative

Artist: The Amazons

Album including Album cover

I`m sorry!

Dear HIGHRESAUDIO Visitor,

due to territorial constraints and also different releases dates in each country you currently can`t purchase this album. We are updating our release dates twice a week. So, please feel free to check from time-to-time, if the album is available for your country.

We suggest, that you bookmark the album and use our Short List function.

Thank you for your understanding and patience.

Yours sincerely, HIGHRESAUDIO

  • 1How Will I Know?03:59
  • 2Bloodrush03:59
  • 3Say It Again04:15
  • 4There's A Light04:19
  • 5Northern Star04:48
  • 6Wait For Me02:58
  • 7One By One03:58
  • 8Ready For Something03:58
  • 9For The Night04:12
  • 10In The Morning03:37
  • 11I'm Not Ready03:52
  • 12How Will I Know? (Edit)03:38
  • 13Bloodrush (Edit)03:38
  • 14How Will I Know? (Acoustic)03:44
  • 15Bloodrush (Acoustic)03:32
  • 16Wait For Me (Acoustic)03:25
  • Total Runtime01:01:52

Info for How Will I Know If Heaven Will Find Me?



Following two huge Top 10 records and sold out shows across the globe, one of the UK’s most exciting bands, The Amazons, release their stratospheric, anthem-packed new album How Will I Know If Heaven Will Find Me? - on Fiction Records.

The third record is both a love letter and a rallying cry. Expansive, uplifting, sun-drenched singalongs produced by Jim Abbiss (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, Adele), and featuring co-writing collaborations with the likes of Maggie Rogers and Jamie Hartmann, find the Reading 4-piece emerging from the darkness of 2019’s Future Dust full of lust for life and post-pandemic hope.

The Amazons are a four-piece rock band from Reading, UK, with stadium-ready anthems, slick riffs and sing-along hooks.

It’s been a heady rise for the Reading-based quartet. The most hotly tipped guitar band of 2017 according to Music Week, The Amazons were shortlisted for the BBC Music Sound of 2017 poll, nominated for Q’s Best Breakthrough Act gong and made an appearance in MTV’s Brand New 2017 list. They also featured in Apple Music’s New Artists 2017 playlist and popped up in Amazon UK’s Ones To Watch and Deezer’s picks for 2017 polls.

Their debut, self-titled album was released in May 2017 and reached #8 in the UK Album Chart. “This album is a belter, a shout-it-to-the-rooftops, punch-the-sky, yell-along-at-the-top-of-your-voice storm”, wrote the Daily Telegraph of the album, which includes singles ‘Junk Food Forever’, ‘Black Magic’ and ‘Ultraviolet’.

"After showcasing a different, slightly lighter and poppier song called There’s a Light, the Amazons went back to their roots and ended the preview with 2017 hit Black Magic. There’s no holding back in the instrumentals and it’s clear to see this is a band energised for a new chapter and enjoying every second of performing again. In fact, the performance was definitely too big for the building’s pop-up stage, and they even admitted they’d broken the PA sound system in rehearsals. How Will I Know If Heaven Will Find Me? feels like an album of expansive sound built for arenas and festivals, and this was a promising teaser of what’s yet to come for their fans." (Bev Lung, theupcoming.co.uk)

Matt Thomson, vocals
Chris Alderton, guitar
Elliot Briggs, bass
Joe Emmett, drums



The Amazons
U.K. rock quartet the Amazons formed in 2014. Playing an arena-sized brand of indie that combines the grandeur of Arcade Fire with the muscle of Nirvana, the Amazons crafted catchy, melodic anthems built for singalongs. At the time of their formation, vocalist Matt Thomson, guitarist Chris Alderton, and bassist Elliot Briggs were already in a group together, but when they recruited Josef "Joe" Emmet -- who is also a bassist -- on drums, the Reading band was born. Building a grassroots following in their local scene, Thomson, then working at a supermarket, would slip demo CDs into shoppers' baskets. Their debut EP, 2015's Don't You Wanna, was produced by Catherine Marks, who'd previously worked with Wolf Alice and White Lies. It included the insistent rocker "Ultraviolet" and the crunching "Junk Food Forever." Even though they only had one EP under their belts, the Amazons were brought on a short European tour with the Kooks, which helped expose them to a wider audience. In March 2016, they released the urgent single "Stay with Me," and their eponymous debut album followed in May.

This album contains no booklet.

© 2010-2022 HIGHRESAUDIO