London Britpop band Sleeper have marked their return with their first new material in 21 years.

The band, fronted by Louise Wener, originally formed in 1993 and went on to release three studio albums before their eventual split in 1998 all of which reached the UK top 10. For the more astute of followers, Sleeper are well known for being included in the soundtrack for 90s cult film Trainspotting. 

Fans of the band were treated to a string of reunion shows in 2017 with the premise of putting together a new album. In the months that followed, the group linked up with producer Stephen Street for recording sessions in Brighton and West London.

The new album The Modern Age will be released on March 22nd and, to coincide with the news, Sleeper have shared the new song ‘Look At You Now’.

Here it is:

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