Sound of Guns' new single, Sometimes, is the latest single to be taken from their upcoming album, Angels and Enemies, which will be released on March 5th through Distiller Records. After headlining at HMV's Next Big Thing Festival on February 2nd, Sound Of Guns will embark on a UK tour in March 2012.
The video for Sometimes sees the girlfriend of frontman Andy getting captured by a gang. The band set out to rescue her and the other prisoners they've kidnapped. The ending sees Andy's girlfriend being set free, along with the other prisoners and together, with the band, they exact revenge on the gang.
Sound of Guns comprises Andy (vocals); Lee (guitar); Nathan (guitar); John (bass) and Si (drums). Since forming in Liverpool in 2008, the band has seen their fair share of controversies. Their guitars were stolen one night; their studio burned down and they were even surrounded by armed police, following a misunderstanding at a local gig in which a concert goer heard the band discussing 'guns'.
Despite all that, the band released their debut album What Came From Fire to positive reviews. They have celebrity fans in Miles Kane; Everything Everything; Delphic and The Courteneers, as well as radio support in Mary Anne Hobbs and Zane Lowe.
March 6 - Newcastle Academy 2
March 7 - Glasgow King Tuts
March 8 - Inverness Ironworks
March 9 - Aberdeen Tunnels
March 10 - Dundee Doghouse
March 13 - Manchester Roadhouse
March 14 - Dublin Academy 2
March 15 - Belfast University (Radar)
March 16 - Sheffield Leadmill
March 17 - Leeds Cockpit
March 19 - Nottingham Bodega
March 20 - Cardiff Moon
March 21 - Birmingham Hare & Hounds
March 23 - Brighton Hydrant
March 24 - Southampton Unit
April 21 - Liverpool O2 Academy 1
This video contains scenes with brief nudity.
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