Pint Shot Riot have unveiled the video for their new single ‘Starting To Fly‘.
Described as ‘the tale of how someone falls from glory, respect and normality into the depths of addiction’, the track will be released on March 26th, and has been mixed by the Arctic Monkeys and Kasabian cohort Barny Barnicott. The single will also feature remixes from Coventry musician and DJ Paul Morrell.
Pint Shot Riot’s new single is expected to draw a line under the promotional duties for debut album ‘Spell It Out‘, with the recording of their as-yet-untitled second LP already underway. Back in October last year, the Live4ever Ezine played host to the band at the CMJ Music Marathon in New York, when tracks set to feature on the new album were aired.
The Coventry band are now due to return to the States for a visit to the South By Southwest festival in Austin, Texas next month.
Paul Weller and Public Image Ltd. have joined the list of acts booked to celebrate BBC 6Music’s 10th anniversary next month.
Brendan Benson has announced a clutch of UK & Ireland tour dates for this coming May which will support his new solo record ‘What Kind Of World‘.
Foo Fighters dominated the rock section of the Grammy Awards last night (February 12th) as the ceremony paid to tribute to Whitney Houston, who died on the eve of the event.
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