The UK's finest new blues rock band, The Temperance Movement, will be special guests to the Rolling Stones on four European dates next month. The band will also play Download June 13th and T in the Park July 12th.
In little more than a year, the Temperance Movement have gone from playing pubs to selling out the Shepherd's Bush Empire and now playing Stadiums with the Stones. Apparently dreams do come true!
Guitarist Paul Sayer says: "I remember hearing 'Tumbling Dice' for the first time when I was a kid and it made me want to pick up a guitar and write songs. They're the best rock and roll band in the world. We've been told Mick personally asked for us. So impressive that the band are still in touch and interested in new music. It's gonna be a blast."
The band's acclaimed self-titled debut album was released in September 2013. A deluxe version of that album with new tracks will be released this autumn.
The Temperance Movement are: Phil Campbell (vocals), Luke Potashnick (guitars), Paul Sayer (guitars), Nick Fyffe (bass) and Damian Wilson (drums).
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