Thunder announced the release of their 13th studio album, “All The Right Noises” for March 12, 2021.

On the album, Luke says “All the songs were written and recorded pre-COVID. But it is interesting how if you look at some of the tracks through the prism of Covid they still make a lot of sense.”

The volcanic lead single from the album, “Last One Out Turn Off The Lights”, which you can listen to below, could easily be mistaken for world-ending lockdown rage. But, says Luke, “That was directly about Brexit, but you could apply it to everything else.”

“All The Right Noises” will be available in 1CD, 2CD, 2LP, and 4LP formats, with the 2CD and 4LP releases containing bonus tracks.

Note that on the album cover you can see the famous ‘Singing Ringing Tree’ which is set in Burnley, Lancashire, and resembles a tree which harnesses the energy of the wind to create a choral, discordant sound. The photo cover art was shot by the band’s long term collaborator Jason Joyce.


“Last One Out Turn Off The Lights”
“The Smoking Gun”
“Going To Sin City”
“Don’t Forget To Live Before You Die”
“I’ll Be The One”
“Young Man”
“You’re Gonna Be My Girl”
“St George’s Day”
“Force Of Nature”
“She’s A Millionairess”