Glasgow rock five-piece Gun have now unleashed the video for their upcoming single 'Labour Of Life', the lead track from their new album 'Frantic' out on the same day, March 23rd 2015 via Caroline.
The video is a montage of footage from their recent sold-out gigs at Glasgow's King Tuts, at which they debuted some of their upcoming new tracks. The gigs sold out in less than 15 minutes and it's easy to see why; Gun provide a convincing imitation of classic rock in this energetic release, with angsty vocals in between bursts of guitar, a danceworthy rhythm and a catchy, melodic chorus. Punctuated with long-forgotten solo riffs, it wonderfully shows off their glam rock sensibilities.
Alongside the album release, the MTV EMA winners will also be touring the UK on March; an exciting notion given their popularity on the live circuit recently. The band have even included the best of their live shows on the deluxe edition of 'Frantic'. Recorded in London, Glasgow and Brussels, frontman Dante Gizzi was quick to give his verdict on their latest creation. 'This album has captured the Gun style in every way and we hope the fans will love it as much as we've loved recording it!' He said.
11th March - Edinburgh The Liquid Rooms
22nd March - Edinburgh Fopp (12 Noon)
23rd March - Newcastle O2 Academy 2
24th March - London Underworld
25th March - Wolverhampton Slade Rooms
26th March - Nottingham Rock City
27th March - Manchester Academy 3
28th March - HMV Stirling (12 noon)
28th March - HMV Glasgow (5pm)
28th March - Glasgow Barrowlands
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