Sundowners have announced details of their first release of 2014 - The Medicine EP is released on Skeleton Key Records on Monday May 12th.
Released on limited edition 7" and download, the EP features the tracks Medicine, Back To You, Hunter & I Don't Need You.
The EP was recorded during sessions for their upcoming debut album at Parr St Studios, with The Coral's James Skelly & Ian Skelly at the controls.
Having spent last year gigging solidly throughout the U.K. playing This Feeling, Skeleton Key club nights, All Tomorrows Parties and a much coveted Glastonbury slot (one of NME's Top 20 new bands to watch at the festival), the band have just announced a number of U.K. dates in May. The dates are as follows:
13th London Madam Jo Jo's
15th Leeds Brudenell Social
16th Manchester Night & Day Café
17th Bristol Department S, The Lanes
24th Birmingham The Victora
25th Glasgow Pivo
Having released a brace of singles, Don't Come Knockin' & Hummingbird in 2013, the Wirral five-piece, fronted by Niamh Rowe and Fiona Skelly, have spent the winter holed away in a Liverpool studio perfecting their infectious blend of rock & roll and psychedelic folk-rock - think Melody Echo Chamber with the Black Keys as her backing band.
The band are currently preparing their debut album, which is set for release later this year, details of which will be announced shortly.
Sundowners are: Niamh Rowe (vocals & guitar) Fiona Skelly (vocals & guitar) Alfie Skelly (lead guitar) Tim Cunningham (bass & backing vocals) Jim Sharrock (drums)
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