Album artwork for Lullabies From the Lightning Tree by Sad Boys Club
Album artwork for Lullabies From the Lightning Tree by Sad Boys Club

London alt rock band Sad Boys Club release their debut album Lullabies from The Lightning Tree via Modern Sky. Dark, mysterious, and brooding, Sad Boys Club are set to have their breakout year. Lullabies From The Lightning Tree builds upon their previous string of EP releases that have seen them co-signed by the likes of Fred Macpherson, Matty Healy, Phoebe Bridgers and more.

The album's lead single 'To Heal Without a Scar (Is a Waste Of a Good Wound)' was produced and mixed by the band's bassist Pedro Caetano and was a pivotal moment in the creation of the album. Emotionally charged and imbued with searing intensity, the song is ultimately rooted in improving oneself.

Sad Boys Club

Lullabies From the Lightning Tree

Modern Sky
Album artwork for Lullabies From the Lightning Tree by Sad Boys Club
LP

£27.99

Yellow and Black Galaxy

Released 05/05/2023Catalogue Number

M9463UKLP

Album artwork for Lullabies From the Lightning Tree by Sad Boys Club
CD

£6.99

Digipack.

Released 05/05/2023Catalogue Number

M9463UKCD

Sad Boys Club

Lullabies From the Lightning Tree

Modern Sky
Album artwork for Lullabies From the Lightning Tree by Sad Boys Club
LP

£27.99

Yellow and Black Galaxy

Released 05/05/2023Catalogue Number

M9463UKLP

Album artwork for Lullabies From the Lightning Tree by Sad Boys Club
CD

£6.99

Digipack.

Released 05/05/2023Catalogue Number

M9463UKCD

London alt rock band Sad Boys Club release their debut album Lullabies from The Lightning Tree via Modern Sky. Dark, mysterious, and brooding, Sad Boys Club are set to have their breakout year. Lullabies From The Lightning Tree builds upon their previous string of EP releases that have seen them co-signed by the likes of Fred Macpherson, Matty Healy, Phoebe Bridgers and more.

The album's lead single 'To Heal Without a Scar (Is a Waste Of a Good Wound)' was produced and mixed by the band's bassist Pedro Caetano and was a pivotal moment in the creation of the album. Emotionally charged and imbued with searing intensity, the song is ultimately rooted in improving oneself.