The band are calling their fourth album 'a new era'
Having spent a considerable amount of time following 2012’s ‘Sweet Sour’ supporting Queens Of The Stone Age and Muse in some of the world’s vaster enormodomes, it’s perhaps unsurprising that Band Of Skulls have returned with an album that sounds confident enough to fill those venues themselves. In turns more glam-indebted and more duskily evocative than anything they’ve previously...
The band release their new LP 'Himalayan' on March 31
The rock group also unveil the video for 'Asleep At The Wheel' and announce 2014 tour plans
More bands announced for Hertfordshire bash
The devil must – it’s the only reason I can fathom for the continued existence of Southampton’s most excruciating Jack White fanclub. There’s a sort of chunky swagger to this, like a displeased Tonka truck, and they do appear to have moved on to Dead Weather era now, but come on, we can all do better than this. Emily Mackay https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XUwKewzdNs
Like jeans, mashed potato and sex, the brand of hard-worn Britrock peddled by this south coast trio never has, and never will, fall in or out of fashion. On the Monday after the endtimes, rest assured that the racks at your local indie store will be plentifully stocked with albums just like ‘Sweet Sour’. And therein lies Band Of...
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