Following a hectic six months which saw London’s Black Roses headline shows in Barcelona and Paris before going on to support Trampolene at Scala as well as play the Isle of Wight Festival’s 50th anniversary, the four piece are aiming at reaching higher steps with the release of their latest single El Diablo.
New Release El Diablo sees frontman and lyricist Anthony delve deeper and more reflective than before. Opening line “My discipline is worth questioning, I don’t know when I should come back in” shows an on going struggle with night life and how it can cause disruption to the world around you. Musically the song varies from 90s grunge on rhythm to a Stone Roses esque lead guitar. A delightful blend of power and melody.
To celebrate the launch of the single, we’re heading out for a few dates dates across the UK along with This Feeling (public announcement coming soon)
October 13 – London Nambucca
November 2 – Manchester Day and Night Cafe
November 30 – Southampton The Joiners
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