Anteros return with ‘Love’, the second part to their double A-side single. It follows the brilliant ‘Bonnie’, and offers a different view of the band’s usual buoyant pop sound, instead incorporating grizzly guitar riffs and an overall sensuality in delivery. “Everyone is so scared, the world is so fragmented,” says frontwoman Laura Hayden of the inspiration behind the track, which follows ‘Bonnie’ in its intent to bring people together and emanate positivity in the face of widespread unrest and division.

Elaborating on the track, Laura says: “’Love’ is self-explanatory, really, in the general sense of the word. It’s about putting LOVE first: before race, before fear, before hate, before greed.”

‘Love’ is available digitally now and will be released on vinyl alongside ‘Bonnie’ in Flying Vinyl’s December Box. The Double A-side release rounds off a sensational year for the London four-piece, garnering huge support on air from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac and Huw Stephens and Radio X’s John Kennedy. This year, Anteros have played sold out shows alongside Two Door Cinema Club, Sundara Karma and Blaenavon, made a splash on the pages of NME, Sunday Times Culture and Vogue and begun work on their debut album, due for release next year.