Second album Sunny Hills is released through Double Six / Domino and produced by Kwes (Solange, Kano, Loyle Carner). It finds the band with a new sense of urgency and a new sound - one that takes in psychedelia, krautrock and post-punk. All We Are are Guro Gikling from Norway (vocals, bass), Luis Santos from Brazil (guitars) and Richard O’Flynn from Ireland (drums / vocals). It hasn’t escaped them that the world seems to be spiraling into a period of darkness and through their music; they want to say it’s ok not to belong and it’s ok to feel different. The resulting Sunny Hills is an irresistibly danceable, dark yet uplifting record about what it means to be alive right now and the power of friendship and togetherness in a world intent on driving us apart. Whilst political, Sunny Hills also documents the emotional rollercoaster the three-piece have been on in the past two years. Their adopted city Liverpool affected the album as well, it’s “an immigrant city with a proud history of welcoming everyone” they state, it’s also a singularly radical and resistant city and the band see a parallel between today’s climate of alienation and fear and the era of Thatcher. Political, poetic, danceable and affirming - for all the proud citizens of nowhere, All We Are give you Sunny Hills.