Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Release New Single "Echo"
Forthcoming album Wrong Creatures out January 12th North American Tour Begins January 15th
"Black Rebel Motorcycle Club return to their trademark sound - scuzzy bass, slurry, heavily processed vocals and shrieking guitars - on 'Little Thing Gone Wild'" - Rolling Stone
"gutsy rock 'n' roll" - NPR "
deeply hypnotic narco-blues." - Entertainment Weekly
"A down and dirty garage rock song, ['Little Thing Gone Wild' is] lurking with menacing intent and boasting frontman Peter Hayes' trademark earthy croon." - Clash
Today, widely acclaimed California-based band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club has released their new single "Echo"
"Echo" is now available as an instant download when pre-ordering Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's forthcoming 7th studio album Wrong Creatures, out next Friday, January 12 - PRESS HERE to pre-order the album, produced by Nick Launay (Nick Cave, Arcade Fire). The band also recently released the video for single "Little Thing Gone Wild" - PRESS HERE to watch.
Recorded in Los Angeles, Wrong Creatures takes a journey throughout rock's history, taking unlikely twists and turns, both peppered with historic influences but also having one foot firmly in the present. Remarkably, drummer Leah Shapiro was recovering from a brain tumor she suffered a few years ago while the album was created. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club has been crafting perfectly honed, bluesy, psychedelic garage-rock since 1998. Ultimately, the band are survivors during an era where rock'n'roll can often be overshadowed by garish pop and domineering hip-hop - they have learned how to cut out all the noise and concentrate on what matters.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club has also announced a North American tour which will kick off on January 15th and bring the band to major cities across the country including Los Angeles,Washington DC, Boston, Brooklyn, and more - full tour routing is below and tickets are on sale now. The band has partnered with Plus 1 for the tour in which $1 from each ticket will be donated to War Child, a worldwide organization that supports programs aiding women & children dislocated and impacted by war, political unrest, terrorism and poverty.