Three Blind Wolves preview new single & UK Tour!

Three Blind Wolves preview new single & UK Tour!

Glasgow’s Three Blind Wolves’ are previewing next single ‘Slow Summer Deer’ with a new video(watch below) it’s taken from their forthcoming album ‘Sing Hallelujah for the Old Machine’ out the 27th of May. Their accompanying UK tour dates are below in full, they play for us in Cardiff at Four Bar’s in Dempseys with three super Welsh acts Shy and the Fight, The Adelines, and Brothers on the 23rd of May more info here:

The band will also release an EP for Record Store Day entitled Three Blind Wolves Love Music, a taster from the EP – ‘The Maybe Forest’ – is available to stream now on the band’s Soundcloud page.

Their recently released singles, In Here Somewhere and Parade, could easily be compared to artists like My Morning Jacket and Neil Young but there are moments where the band move beyond their trademark Americana influences. “Honey Fire” crescendos into an ambient wall of sound, suddenly transforming into a grungier chorus. “Slow Summer Deer” is big, bold and brilliantly indie yet “When The Garden Gets Near” is more intimate – just Ross Clark on his acoustic guitar. It feels as though the band are pushing and pulling you through a journey of emotion.

The band will be on tour throughout May in the UK and supporting Wintersleep in Europe to promote the album.

4th May – Brew at the Bog, Inverness
5th May – Big Beach Ball, Aberdeen
6th May – Knust, Hamburg, Germany (supporting Wintersleep)
7th May – PrivatClub, Berlin, Germany (supporting Wintersleep)
9th May – Strom, Munich, Germany (supporting Wintersleep)
10th May – Gare De Lion, Switzerland (supporting Wintersleep)
11th May – Mad Bonn, Dudingen, Switzerland (supporting Wintersleep)
12th May – Albani, Winterthur, Switzerland (supporting Wintersleep)
15th May – The Glad Cafe, Glasgow
16th May – The Glad Cafe, Glasgow

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