TRAVEL IN­SIDER Un­til the Rib­bon Break’s black book.

On the road with the next It Brit band.

ELLE (Canada) - - News -

It’s like a rick­ety, fairly chaotic train that some­how ar­rives on time,” says Pete Lawrie-Winfield (be­fore leap­ing out of his seat in a Toronto dress­ing room to fran­ti­cally knock on wood). Lawrie-Winfield is talk­ing about life on the road with Un­til the Rib­bon Breaks, the self-de­scribed “genre: in­de­fin­able” band he fronts, along­side El­liot Wall on drums and James Gor­don on synth. The U.K. na­tives just made the move to Los An­ge­les, although they’re cur­rently criss-cross­ing the globe—Ber­lin! Port­land! Coachella!—pro­mot­ing their new al­bum, A Les­son Un­learnt. “If you added to­gether all the miles we’ve trav­elled and di­rected them to­ward space,” says Lawrie-Winfield, “we’d cur­rently be cir­cum­nav­i­gat­ing Jupiter.”

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