There Will Come A Time, the first single to be released from Noah And The Whale’s fourth album, Heart Of Nowhere, was exclusively revealed with a first play on Radio One last week (March 20th). T

he video is the official trailer for the short film that will accompany the album’s release, directed by Noah And The Whale’s Charlie Fink. Heart Of Nowhere (the film) will see it’s first screenings in line with the album’s release on May 6th.

Heart Of Nowhere (the album) will be launched with a full UK tour that includes a four week residency - ‘A Month Of Sundays’ - at London’s Palace Theatre.

The release of Heart of Nowhere follows a hugely exciting few years for Noah And The Whale. The band’s album sales have topped the million mark since the release of 2011’s Platinum-selling Last Night On Earth, while touring for that record culminated in a triumphant show at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

The album took shape in the early spring quiet of Osea Island, in the Blackwater Estuary, a location with limited access that provided perfect isolation for the fledgling songs. Later recording took place in the south of France, and finally at British Grove. It was produced by the band and mixed by Craig Silvey.

Heart Of Nowhere is a record that sounds by turns melancholy and withdrawn, and at others flushed and exuberant. There is a looseness to these songs that speaks of a band full-grown and at ease with its sound.

Heart Of Nowhere tracklisting:

Introduction / Heart Of Nowhere / All Through The Night / Lifetime / Silver & Gold / One More Night / Still After All These Years / There Will Come A Time / Now Is Exactly The Time / Not Too Late

Noah And The Whale make their live return with the following UK dates:

Sat 27th APRIL BOURNEMOUTH, O2 Academy
Sun 28th LONDON, Palace Theatre (Month of Sundays Residency)
Wed 1st MAY BEXHILL, De La Warr Pavillion
Thu 2nd LIVERPOOL, Sound City (Headlining)
Sat 4th WARWICK, Arts Centre
Sun 5th LONDON, Palace Theatre (Month of Sundays Residency)
Sun 12th LONDON, Palace Theatre (Month of Sundays Residency)
Mon 13th MANCHESTER, Opera House
Sun 19th LONDON, Palace Theatre (Month of Sundays Residency)
Thu 23rd HAY, Hay-On-Wye Festival