Arctic Monkeys creative partnership with LA-based filmmakers Focus Creeps continues with the release of the “Black Treacle” video. “Black Treacle” – an instant fan favorite since the release of Suck It And See last year- is definitive Monkeys: verbose, witty and drenched in shimmering, languid guitars. The video, filmed in California last year, sees drummer Matt Helders reprising his role of devilish desert outlaw. The “Black Treacle” single will be released digitally on Jan 23rd and on 7-inch vinyl on Feb 21st. The single will be backed with the exclusive new track “You And I” by Richard Hawley and The Death Ramps, which was recorded and produced by Ross Orton.
One of Boston’s biggest rock bands, Dropkick Murphys, are touring the UK and Ireland in February for four shows. The band announced Bouncing Souls, (plus special guest) as supporting act and to celebrate their tour they are releasing “Going Out In Style” as a single on February 6th.
Today we celebrated the 66 th birthday of one of the UK’s most celebrated musicians, here we take a look through the ever-changing, and ever-brilliant career of David Bowie.
Born David Robert Jones, Bowie moved to Kent with his parents at the age of six where he was educated at Burnt Ash Junior School and later Bromley Technical High School. Like most musicians of his generation, his love of music was cemented while listening to early American rock n roll stars at a young age. By the age of fifteen, he had formed his first band The Konrads, and after performing with various groups in his teens, released his first single, ‘Liza Janes‘ in 1964 with The King Bees.
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