The Courteeners perform their new song “Lie Back And Think Of England” at an intimate concert in London

Last night (July 29), Courteeners performed a new song called “Lie Back And Think Of England” during their concert in London.

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According to, the Middleton trio played a 17-song set for their performance – a warm-up show before their main performance at the Y Not? tonight (July 30) – and delighted 1,500 fans at the Electric Ballroom with cuts from his six studio albums. However, most of the performance was a setback, as ‘More. Again. Forever’ but with one song: ‘Hanging Off Your Cloud’.

After playing the first 10 songs in the set list, which also included hits such as “Not Nineteen Forever”, “You Overdid It Doll” and “Acrylic”, frontman Liam Fray introduced a trio of acoustic songs . “Lie Back And Think Of England” was the first of those songs, followed by “Please Don’t” and “Smiths Disco”. concert below. , as well as the full setlist:

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The singers sang:



‘Modern Love’

‘You did too much Doll’

‘No one will ever replace us’


‘That Kiss’

‘Little Bones’

‘Lose control’

‘the 17th’

‘Lie Back And Think Of England’ (new song, acoustic)

‘don’t’ (acoustic)

Smiths Disco (acoustic)

‘Hang Your Cloud’

‘Are You In Love With A Fantasy?’

‘Nineteen Never Forever’

‘What Took You So Long?’

After acting in Y Not? Tonight, Courteeners will head across the pond for their first US tour in 13 years. In November, they will play in Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Los Angeles.

In his review of the band’s concert in Manchester last September, Rhys Buchanan of the NME he praised the band for “not straying too far from their main stage appeal”. He wrote: “There’s no doubt that The Courteeners have returned to the rich kind of Manchester music scene tonight. This may be the moment they had on Maine Road – their Spike Island – at bringing them closer to their devoted fans.”

Last November, Courteeners posted footage of their Heaton Park concert in June 2019. In a four-star review of the show, Gary Ryan of NMEWrote: “When [Courteeners] walking out among mass europe and an abundance of Carlsberg bottles thrown into the air like mortar at a graduation, you feel that Liam’s annus horribilis has been cathartically washed away.”

In other news, Fray announced last year that he would be opening a new restaurant in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Paying homage to the historic Smithfield Market, Smithfield Social is located on Thomas Street and serves brunch, small plates, cocktails and more.

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