Manchester four-piece The Deep Blue have shared their new single Lakehouse which features on upcoming EP Sugarcoat.

The single follows recent live shows in Manchester and Liverpool as part of their UK tour.

Lakehouse finds the folk-pop group baring their soul, with the sweet-singing four piece using the sour taste of experience to deliver an irresistible melody.

The next leg of The Deep Blue’s live journey turns onto the summer festival circuit as the band also brings their growing set of searching songs to Tramlines In Sheffield, Y Not Festival In Derbyshire, Herefordshire’s Nozstock and Victorious on the south coast in Portsmouth.

The release of Lakehouse comes as The Deep Blue build towards their EP Sugarcoat which is out on 7 July.  The EP features the track and also includes the EP’s lead single How About It?

Speaking about Lakehouse, The Deep Blue explained, “Lakehouse is a very special song to us and the most emotionally raw on the EP.  It’s an ode to the paradox of fearing vulnerability whilst longing for connection.  Sometimes the words are just too heavy to say out loud.”

It was under lockdown conditions that the collective strength of Georgia, Niamh, Katie and Sophie began to pool under the banner of The Deep Blue.  Their debut EP, Taking On Water, released in 2021 caused whispers to grow amongst new music seekers, causing the domino effect of further ever more confident songwriting by the quartet and triggering a complete lock-out at Liverpool’s Sound City Festival and their first sold-out show at Manchester’s Deaf Institute.