During this period Lanterns On The Lake supported Explosions in the Sky on their UK tour including the O2 Academy, Brixton. The band has also toured with Low, including a performance at the Royal Festival Hall in London and with Yann Tiersen, including a performance at The Roundhouse. Until the Colours Run (2013). The band's follow-up album Until the Colours Run was released on 7 October 2013 in UK and Europe.
Beings is the third studio album by British indie band Lanterns on the Lake. It was released 13 November 2015 under Bella Union.
Until the Colours Run’s sit-up-and-listen moments are its most quiet and intimate, revolving around that baby grand: ‘Green and Gold’, a fragile ballad captured in demo form with Wilde’s vocal at its most vaporous, and ‘Picture Show’, whose warm vinyl crackles turn out to be the sound of the violinist’s log fire, recorded and built into the. song just like the creaking floorboards on their first album. Otherwise, Lanterns On The Lake do this rueful, guitar-seared, slow-burning post-rock thing beautifully, but just a little too repetitively.
Lanterns on the Lake. The Buffalo Days, 04:08. The Ghost That Sleeps in Me, 04:37. Green and Gold, 05:14. You Soon Learn, 05:04.
Lanterns on the Lake’s second album Until the Colours Run is borne of loss, turmoil and doubt on every level: Adam and Brendan Sykes left the UK quintet following their 2011 debut Gracious Tide, Take Me Home, the remaining members were scrambling to finish the record with almost no financial resources. Singer Hazel Wilde has cited the grim economic outlook of her homeland as a main lyrical influence. And so, there you have it - Until the Colours Run certainly doesn’t lack for external drama, serving as both a make-or-break album and a reintroduction.