Bluesy rock quartet from London Josh Flowers & The Wild present the new video for their third track release 'Smoke In My Eyes', released ahead of their upcoming EP which is expected to drop before the end of the summer.
The video is a simple shoot which sees the band performing the epic Americana infused anthem in their practise space - which is where they've been spending a lot of time recently in between playing live across the UK and rocking up in the studio. The song has that classic summer vibe with its rock 'n' roll riffs, catchy lyircs and a compelling rhythm perfect for live shows.
The band; who are frontman Josh Flowers, cellist Squiff, bassist Dave and drummer Reuben; are now working on their debut album with the Grammy winning producer Martin Terefe, who has previously worked with the likes of Cat Stevens, Jamie Cullum and KT Tunstall. 'Smoke In My Eyes' follows previous releases 'Jacques Cousteau' and 'I'm Gone'. You can catch Josh Flowers & The Wild live in London this summer as they gear up for a return gig at The KPH's Wild Nights, as well as appearances at The Finsbury and The Old Queens Head.
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