Newcomers Three Blind Wolves are to release their debut single 'Parade' on October 15th 2012 through Instinctive Racoon records.
The Scottish rockers have been described as 'vintage' and their grainy, black and white video gives a few clues why. It's a simple performance clip directed by Ben Cowie that emphasizes the simplicity of the track itself which is led by pleasant, classic rock guitar riffs and gritty vocals and wouldn't be out of place among the country rockers of times gone by.
David Cleary (guitarist), Fhearghas Lyon (drummer), Kevin Mackay (bassist) and Ross Clark (vocalist) of the Glaswegian four piece describe themselves as 'loud, hairy and unpredictable' and don't necessarily reflect local musical culture, having cited influences elsewhere in the world. 'Parade' reflects this, and Ross described the single as being 'about feeling lost, forlorn and disconnected from your personal life and the city you live in'. The music press have had their eyes on Three Blind Wolves since they released their mini-album 'Sound of the Storm' last year, with support coming from the likes of The List Magazine, The Skinny Magazine, MOJO Magazine and Rolling Stone. It's no surprise that 'Parade' has turned heads now as well with plays from XFM's John Kennedy, BBC Radio 1 Scotland and Radio 2's Dermot O'Leary.
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