Following their recent tour supporting Frightened Rabbit, Glasgow country rockers Three Blind Wolves (although there's four of them) are here with their newest single 'In Here Somewhere' plus B-side 'Kid's Allright' taken from their upcoming debut album 'Sing Hallelujah for the Old Machine' due out May 6th 2013 on Communion Records.
They have also unveiled a rather bizarre video to go with the single featuring a man with a yellow Lego head helmet hanging out with his friend in a caf', smoking, canoeing and holding hands down a footpath in the countryside while the band play a gig at a small venue. It's quite a long track at just over 6 minutes but it is certainly not a waste of time; with its catchy melody, repetitive style and classic country undertones, it's a warmly inviting tune that will no doubt add to their growing popularity following frequent radio plays from XFM, BBC Radio 1 Scotland and BBC Radio 2 and much more media support. Any fans of Manchester Orchestra should give this a listen.
The quartet; who are vocalist Ross Clark, guitarist David Cleary, bassist Kevin Mackay and drummer Fearghas Lyon; are set for a follow-up headline tour this Spring in support of their forthcoming album, travelling around the UK in nine dates.
15th May - The Glad Cafe, Glasgow
16th May - The Glad Cafe, Glasgow
17th May - 20 ROCKS, Dundee
18th May - PJ Molloys, Dunfermline
21st May - Oporto, Leeds
22nd May - Night & Day, Manchester
23rd May - Dempseys, Cardiff
24th May - Sebright Arms, London
25th May - Shipping Forecast, Liverpool
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