Ward Thomas Release Enchanting Video For Single ‘Sweet Time’

Following the announcement that their infectious new album, ‘Invitation’, will be released on October 2nd on WTW Music through eastwest, Ward Thomas have today released the video for their brilliant new single, ‘Sweet Time’.

Directed by Thomas Broadhead, the picturesque and lush setting of Laverstoke Park Farm in the video for ‘Sweet Time’ echoes the beauty and relish in allowing a new relationship to develop at its own pace. “The song is about taking your ‘Sweet Time’ in a relationship and we felt it ties in nicely with a long and meandering bike ride through life enjoying the view,” Catherine reflected. “Every video we’ve shot before has always been much more in the hands of a company or label but this time it was much more like a bunch of friends having fun which was what we wanted to convey in the final result.”

Watch the video for ‘Sweet Time’:

Largely produced by Jonathan Quarmby (Lewis Capaldi, Tom Walker, Finley Quaye), and mostly recorded in lockdown from their Hampshire cottage, ’Invitation’ is a coaxing doorway for all into an exciting new chapter as the fog of a global pandemic begins to lift. There’s palpable energy by the bucket load, and many of its songs benefit from a coming of age for sisters Catherine and Lizzy and a new found voice sees them diversify their sound.

‘Meant To Be Me’ delivers a new twist on their country roots showcasing a wonderful pop sound mixed with clever use of mandolin, whilst ‘Dear Me’ briefly strips away the music, making for a stunning Imogen Heap-style near acapella performance. There’s also a strong James Bond-esque candidate in ‘My Favourite Poison’, and even their more traditional country-pop tracks have found a new level, with the brilliant ‘Wait Up’ and previously released ‘Hold Space’. Other highlights include the strikingly rhythmic ‘Don’t Be A Stranger’ and epic ‘Someday’.

The girls will also embark on an intimate “Invitation” acoustic tour, which was rescheduled due to Covid-19, for April next year. The 16-date run will include two dates at London’s Union Chapel on the 26th & 27th.

2020 may have been a year of global ups and downs so far, but as one door closes, another opens. Enter an exciting new chapter for Catherine and Lizzy Ward Thomas.

UK TOUR DATES (tickets on sale here)

April
Fri 9th                LIVERPOOL, Grand Theatre
Sat 10th              LINCOLN, Engine Shed
Sun 11th              BARROW, Forum Theatre
Mon 12th            LEEDS, City Varieties
Tue 13th              NORWICH, Epic Studios
Thu 15th              GLASGOW, Mackintosh Church
Fri 16th                EDINBURGH, Queen’s Hall
Sun 18th              LEAMINGTON SPA, Assembly
Mon 19th             BOURNEMOUTH, O2 Academy
Tue 20th              WOKING, New Victoria Theatre
Wed 21st              SOUTHEND, Palace Theatre
Fri 23rd                BRIGHTON, St George’s
Sat 24th                BATH, Forum
Sun 25th               MANCHESTER, RNCM Theatre
Mon 26th              LONDON, Union Chapel
Tue 27th                LONDON, Union Chapel

Find out more about Ward Thomas from their official website.

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