Hand Habits' new album placeholder is out on March 1st, and we're already salivating for it, having loved previously aired tracks 'can't calm down' and the title track. This week Meg Duffy has shared one final teaser of the album called 'what lovers do'.

Coming on Valentine's Day, and with a title like 'what lovers do', you might expect to be an overly loved-up track - but then you wouldn't know Hand Habits. As ever, Duffy is stretching into the depths of her private thoughts to bring us a contemplative song that features her grappling with the difficulties of forging intimater and lasting relationships. Painted in vivid images and colourful metaphors, combined with her loping and siren-like guitar, there's no denying the profound feeling brought on by Hand Habits, yet again.

Hand Habits' new album placeholder is out on March 1st through Saddle Creek. They'll be in Europe through May:

May 3rd | Vlieland, NL @ Here Comes the Summer Festival
May 4th | Brussels, BE @ Le Nuits Botanique
May 7th | Bristol, UK @ Crofters Right
May 8th | London, UK @ The Lexington
May 9th | Brighton, UK @ Great Escape Festival
May 11th | Leeds, UK @ Gold Sounds Festival
May 12th | Manchester, UK @ YES
May 14th | Lille, FR @ La Bulle Cafe
May 15th | Paris, FR @ Supersonic
May 16th | Lyon, FR @ Le Sonic
May 17th | Nyon, CH @ La Paranthese
May 18th | Zurich, CH @ Lauter Festival
May 20th | Munchen, DE @ Hauskonzerte
May 21st | Jena, DE @ Trafo
May 22nd | Berlin, DE @ Kantine am Berghain
May 24th | Brugge, BE @ Cactus Club
May 25th | Amsterdam, NL @ London Calling