Following the success of their second LP In Order to Know You, released late last year, Deep Throat Choir today share a new 5-track EP titled 3am. To coincide with the release the collective have shared the EP’s title track which was written by the choir and Peggy Sue member, Katy Beth Young. The song is about the liberation that comes in finding yourself again, after you have lost yourself to someone else.
Additionally, Deep Throat Choir have announced news of a London headline show at Kings Place on 24th July, tickets of which are available here, and will also be performing at this year’s Glastonbury Festival on the Park Stage on Sunday 26th June.
3am is in many ways an extension of the larger body of work that made up In Order To Know. These are all songs that have been collaboratively written by the choir, harnessing a richer and more extensive instrumentation than the first record. This grouping of songs sits together as a sunnier and brighter collection, better suited for the warmer months. Two of them have big brass moments for which the choir enlisted players from the London-based all-female latin-influenced band, Collectiva.