Son of the Mourning’s album ‘Eulogy’ is officially released today and available at all good record stores & online distros, as well as on digital channels for download, as well as direct from Engineer Records or the band themselves at http://www.sotmuk.bigcartel.com
The band has been on www.fabradiointernational.com with Mark Norcliffe promoting the album.
Another great review of the new Steve Hewitt album ‘Bigger Than Words’ from Real Gone Rocks – “An Americana sound with English roots… Really embeds itself over time”.
‘What People Say’ is the latest track taken from Tonota 80’s CD ‘Killer Sands and Beating Hearts’. Here’s the new video and we hope you like it: https://youtu.be/MWo-E-QKyig
Play it loud! A new album is on the horizon.
‘The only thing I want is to resist, And if when the last song plays I’m still up’
Yes, they’re back. On the first of June Low Standards, High Fives will play in Turin with their friends Frana. We’re still up.
Hidden Cabins Historical Society post:
Three years ago Hidden Cabins played two gigs in one evening in Edinburgh, Scotland. First, the workhorse and tour mate Mick Hargan had us on the schedule at Bannermans Bar, where we shared the live corner and were told of the venues storied history “Oasis played here…”. Then, Bannermans’ venue-host Phil whisked us away post-show, saying “You’ve got to play another!” …I believe we jumped up near 2am at Stramash down the road in Edinburgh’s Old Town and sweated out a second shorter set of songs on a night we’ll never forget.
There’s a video of some of it here: https://www.facebook.com/hiddencabins/
Sending big thanks to Rock on the rise, KB Indie radio, Control radio UK and Only Rock radio for all playing Come the spring’s current single ‘For what it’s worth’ this week.