The Blood Arm's new single, 'She's A Guillotine', is taken from their third studio album, 'Turn and Face Me', which was released in the UK on July 4th, through Pau!/Snowhite Records. It follows on from their previous two albums, 'Lie Lover Lie' (2006) and their debut album, 'Bomb Romantics' (2004).
She's A Guillotine is a very catchy, bouncy song and the video is no exception. We see the band performing an intimate gig, with the crowd jumping up and down to the song. Lead singer Nathaniel Fregoso, who is renowned for his interaction with the audience, does not disappoint as he dances with one audience member and strokes the face of another.
The LA four piece also includes Dyan Valdes (keyboard); Zebastien Carlisle (guitar) and Zachary Amos (drums). Their songs have been featured in the likes of Gossip Girl, The OC and the US version of Shameless, as well as the hit movie Cloverfield.
The Blood Arm have announced a series of UK dates in October, which are as follows:
15th October - The Hop, Wakefield
16th October - The Rainbow, Birmingham
17th October - Railway Inn, Winchester
18th October - Madame Jojo's, London Soho
19th October - FAT - Forget About Tomorrow, Windsor
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