After recent single Talk Hard and a rollercoaster two years promoting King Of Clubs in the middle of a global pandemic, alt-rock legend Jamie Lenman returns with the most intimate, most ambitious and most accessible album of his career - The Atheist - out everywhere 25th November and available to pre-order now!

Along with that, there is also a brilliant new single - Lena Don't Leave Me.

Recorded at The Chapel studios in Chichester with producer Mark Roberts, The Atheist is eleven tracks of guitar-driven indie-pop, each laden with enough hooks to catch Moby Dick.

With themes ranging from toxic friendships to socio-economics to the religious topics inherent in the title, Lenman eschews the aggressive approach of previous records for a more melodic mood.

This mood delivers eleven-fold and none more evident than on the stadium-sized chorus of the brand-new Lena Don’t Leave Me.
These new songs, combined with dazzling artwork from renowned Washington Post/Wall St Journal illustrator Michael Parkin, form a beautiful, melodic bundle of joy, demonstrating, once again, why Jamie Lenman is still ever evolving and still one of the best in the game.