Lako Komo come to The Horn tomorrow night on the last leg of their UK tour.

In 2015 they supported the likes of Jack Garratt, Boxed In, Hidden Charms and Eaves, as well as festival appearances at Liverpool Sound City and Y Not.

Lake Komo are currently Manchester-based and have recently released their brand new track Milwaukee on Columbia Records. The track is one of the first the band ever wrote together and explores a break-up frontman Jay Nudd experienced one university summer not too long ago and the emotional trials and tribulations that followed.

Directed by Franklyn Banks, the accompanying video sees Jay embark on a journey of discovery across America.

Jay says: “We wanted a video that would mirror the sentiment of the song whilst giving the viewer a real sense of discovery and wonder, and a road trip up the Californian coast gave us the perfect opportunity to do that.

“The warmth and positivity of the American people we met along the way acted as the perfect accompaniment to a song which mainly looks at self-discovery, realisation and the excitement of things to come."

They spent the summer putting the finishing touches to their debut album with Cam Blackwood, music producer of London Grammar and George Ezra, the band will be previewing new material at this show.

The Horn, Victoria Street, St Albans, AL1 3TE, Tuesday, October 18. Details: 01727 853143