Irish quartet Raglans will unveil a rock 'n' roll single entitled 'Lady Roll Back The Years' on February 24th 2014. It has been taken from their upcoming self-titled debut album which will be released nearly a month later on March 21st through Independent Records Ltd.
The video for the new track feels very British, filmed on the streets and along the canals of East London and cut with black and white stage performances of Raglans rocking out to the song. It's a high-powered, fast-paced tune with cheeky lyrics, upbeat guitars and all-out drums; a proper rock track that goes well with the subject matter's rebellious nature. 'It's about an eighteen year old receiving an invitation to a hotel room, from a forty-something woman with dastardly intentions', singer Stephen Kelly admitted.
Having previously toured with the likes of The Courteeners and HAIM, Raglans will hit the road again this year - this time performing alongside The Strypes on their current UK tour. They'll also be hosting their album launch party on March 29th at The Academy Dublin. 'It's folk, it's indie, it's revivalist blues', Stephen said of the album, and admitted that Bob Dylan and The Beatles were inspirations in the songwriting process.
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