Cat No: M9436-UK-CD

Manchester band The Lottery Winners have announced their forthcoming new album ‘Anxiety Replacement 
Therapy’, out on 28th April on Modern Sky Recordings, which will feature collaborations with Boy George, 
Frank Turner, and Shaun Ryder. 
 
A mammoth step forward, ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ is on one level a set of 10 absolute anthems (and 
three interludes from a mystery narrator). These are mass singalongs in waiting from a band who’ve 
specialised in bringing people together over their previous two albums.  
 
Scratch the surface, however, and there’s a world of empowerment and defiance, tackling subjects such as 
austerity, as well as of course, anxiety, mental health and its medications, and ADHD. It helps that these 
messages come wrapped with some of the best choruses you’re likely to hear all year. 
 
“Each of the albums in my collection are a self-help tape for me,” explains singer Thom Rylance. “If I listen to 
Paul Simon’s Graceland, it’s because I know it’ll put me in a good mood. If I play The Queen Is Dead by The 
Smiths, it’s because I want to embrace feeling sad. We wanted to present ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ as a 
self-help tape for anyone playing it.” 
 
The album features guest spots with their friend and previous collaborator Frank Turner on the moving and 
stirring ‘Letter To Myself’ , as well as Boy George who puts in a bravura performance on the summery ‘Let Me 
Down’ which recalls the emotional intensity of his work with Culture Club, and Shaun Ryder who brings his 
freewheeling brilliance on the already incisive austerity anthem ‘Money’, reprising his iconic “Call the cops!” 

 

refrain from Happy Mondays’ 1990 classic ‘Step On’. 
 
TRACKLIST 
 
CD: 
1.[PLAY] 
2.Worry 
3.Burning House 
4.Money (ft Shaun Ryder) 
5.Long Way Down 
6.Sertaline 
7.[PAUSE] 
8.Letter To Myself (ft Frank Turner) 
9.Jennie 
10.Let Me Down (ft Boy George) 
11.Not Alone 
12.Anxiety Replacement Therapy 
13.[STOP] 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Vinyl: 
Side 1 
1.[PLAY] 
2.Worry 
3.Burning House 
4.Money (ft Shaun Ryder) 
5.Long Way Down 
6.Sertaline 
Side 2 
1.[PAUSE] 
2.Letter To Myself (ft Frank Turner) 
3.Jennie 
4.Let Me Down (ft Boy George) 
5.Not Alone 
6.Anxiety Replacement Therapy 
7.[STOP] 

Anxiety Replacement Therapy

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Cat No: M9436-UK-CD

Manchester band The Lottery Winners have announced their forthcoming new album ‘Anxiety Replacement
Therapy’, out on 28th April on Modern Sky Recordings, which will feature collaborations with Boy George,
Frank Turner, and Shaun Ryder.

A mammoth step forward, ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ is on one level a set of 10 absolute anthems (and
three interludes from a mystery narrator). These are mass singalongs in waiting from a band who’ve
specialised in bringing people together over their previous two albums.

Scratch the surface, however, and there’s a world of empowerment and defiance, tackling subjects such as
austerity, as well as of course, anxiety, mental health and its medications, and ADHD. It helps that these
messages come wrapped with some of the best choruses you’re likely to hear all year.

“Each of the albums in my collection are a self-help tape for me,” explains singer Thom Rylance. “If I listen to
Paul Simon’s Graceland, it’s because I know it’ll put me in a good mood. If I play The Queen Is Dead by The
Smiths, it’s because I want to embrace feeling sad. We wanted to present ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ as a
self-help tape for anyone playing it.”

The album features guest spots with their friend and previous collaborator Frank Turner on the moving and
stirring ‘Letter To Myself’ , as well as Boy George who puts in a bravura performance on the summery ‘Let Me
Down’ which recalls the emotional intensity of his work with Culture Club, and Shaun Ryder who brings his
freewheeling brilliance on the already incisive austerity anthem ‘Money’, reprising his iconic “Call the cops!”

refrain from Happy Mondays’ 1990 classic ‘Step On’.

TRACKLIST

CD:
1.[PLAY]
2.Worry
3.Burning House
4.Money (ft Shaun Ryder)
5.Long Way Down
6.Sertaline
7.[PAUSE]
8.Letter To Myself (ft Frank Turner)
9.Jennie
10.Let Me Down (ft Boy George)
11.Not Alone
12.Anxiety Replacement Therapy
13.[STOP]

Vinyl:
Side 1
1.[PLAY]
2.Worry
3.Burning House
4.Money (ft Shaun Ryder)
5.Long Way Down
6.Sertaline
Side 2
1.[PAUSE]
2.Letter To Myself (ft Frank Turner)
3.Jennie
4.Let Me Down (ft Boy George)
5.Not Alone
6.Anxiety Replacement Therapy
7.[STOP]

Cat No: M9436-UK-LP

Manchester band The Lottery Winners have announced their forthcoming new album ‘Anxiety Replacement
Therapy’, out on 28th April on Modern Sky Recordings, which will feature collaborations with Boy George,
Frank Turner, and Shaun Ryder.

A mammoth step forward, ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ is on one level a set of 10 absolute anthems (and
three interludes from a mystery narrator). These are mass singalongs in waiting from a band who’ve
specialised in bringing people together over their previous two albums.

Scratch the surface, however, and there’s a world of empowerment and defiance, tackling subjects such as
austerity, as well as of course, anxiety, mental health and its medications, and ADHD. It helps that these
messages come wrapped with some of the best choruses you’re likely to hear all year.

“Each of the albums in my collection are a self-help tape for me,” explains singer Thom Rylance. “If I listen to
Paul Simon’s Graceland, it’s because I know it’ll put me in a good mood. If I play The Queen Is Dead by The
Smiths, it’s because I want to embrace feeling sad. We wanted to present ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ as a
self-help tape for anyone playing it.”

The album features guest spots with their friend and previous collaborator Frank Turner on the moving and
stirring ‘Letter To Myself’ , as well as Boy George who puts in a bravura performance on the summery ‘Let Me
Down’ which recalls the emotional intensity of his work with Culture Club, and Shaun Ryder who brings his
freewheeling brilliance on the already incisive austerity anthem ‘Money’, reprising his iconic “Call the cops!”

refrain from Happy Mondays’ 1990 classic ‘Step On’.

TRACKLIST

CD:
1.[PLAY]
2.Worry
3.Burning House
4.Money (ft Shaun Ryder)
5.Long Way Down
6.Sertaline
7.[PAUSE]
8.Letter To Myself (ft Frank Turner)
9.Jennie
10.Let Me Down (ft Boy George)
11.Not Alone
12.Anxiety Replacement Therapy
13.[STOP]

Vinyl:
Side 1
1.[PLAY]
2.Worry
3.Burning House
4.Money (ft Shaun Ryder)
5.Long Way Down
6.Sertaline
Side 2
1.[PAUSE]
2.Letter To Myself (ft Frank Turner)
3.Jennie
4.Let Me Down (ft Boy George)
5.Not Alone
6.Anxiety Replacement Therapy
7.[STOP]

Cat No: M9436-UK-LPDE

Manchester band The Lottery Winners have announced their forthcoming new album ‘Anxiety Replacement
Therapy’, out on 28th April on Modern Sky Recordings, which will feature collaborations with Boy George,
Frank Turner, and Shaun Ryder.

A mammoth step forward, ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ is on one level a set of 10 absolute anthems (and
three interludes from a mystery narrator). These are mass singalongs in waiting from a band who’ve
specialised in bringing people together over their previous two albums.

Scratch the surface, however, and there’s a world of empowerment and defiance, tackling subjects such as
austerity, as well as of course, anxiety, mental health and its medications, and ADHD. It helps that these
messages come wrapped with some of the best choruses you’re likely to hear all year.

“Each of the albums in my collection are a self-help tape for me,” explains singer Thom Rylance. “If I listen to
Paul Simon’s Graceland, it’s because I know it’ll put me in a good mood. If I play The Queen Is Dead by The
Smiths, it’s because I want to embrace feeling sad. We wanted to present ‘Anxiety Replacement Therapy’ as a
self-help tape for anyone playing it.”

The album features guest spots with their friend and previous collaborator Frank Turner on the moving and
stirring ‘Letter To Myself’ , as well as Boy George who puts in a bravura performance on the summery ‘Let Me
Down’ which recalls the emotional intensity of his work with Culture Club, and Shaun Ryder who brings his
freewheeling brilliance on the already incisive austerity anthem ‘Money’, reprising his iconic “Call the cops!”

refrain from Happy Mondays’ 1990 classic ‘Step On’.

TRACKLIST

CD:
1.[PLAY]
2.Worry
3.Burning House
4.Money (ft Shaun Ryder)
5.Long Way Down
6.Sertaline
7.[PAUSE]
8.Letter To Myself (ft Frank Turner)
9.Jennie
10.Let Me Down (ft Boy George)
11.Not Alone
12.Anxiety Replacement Therapy
13.[STOP]

Vinyl:
Side 1
1.[PLAY]
2.Worry
3.Burning House
4.Money (ft Shaun Ryder)
5.Long Way Down
6.Sertaline
Side 2
1.[PAUSE]
2.Letter To Myself (ft Frank Turner)
3.Jennie
4.Let Me Down (ft Boy George)
5.Not Alone
6.Anxiety Replacement Therapy
7.[STOP]

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Genre:Indie Rock Record Label:Modern Sky UK Release Date:28/04/2023
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