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RICKY WARWICK Releases The Title Track Of Upcoming Album ‘When Life Was Hard And Fast’. Out

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With the 19th February fast approaching which is the release of his first solo record in five years, Ricky Warwick has released the title track to WHEN LIFE WAS HARD AND FAST featuring none other than Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott on backing vocals. The accompanying video, depicts the County Down Ards TT Motor Race that is seen on the album’s cover and ran from 1928-1936. The cover shows an accident from one of the races that happened directly in front of a field that was part of a farm owned by Ricky‘s grandfather, where Ricky himself lived for the first 14 years of his life.

Watch the video for Ricky’s new single When Life Was Hard And Fast right here:

Ricky’s new single When Life Was Hard And Fast is available to listen to now at: 
http://nblast.de/RickyWarwickWLWHAF

Pre-order the album on various formats, including a 2CD Digipack which includes the bonus covers album STAIRWELL TOUBADOUR, from: 
– http://nblast.de/RickyWarwick-WLWHAF 
– https://www.musicglue.com/ricky-warwick/

For the process of recording the album, Ricky was joined by Robert Crane (Bass), Xavier Muriel (Drums) and Keith Nelson (Guitar) as well as a number of special guests including Def Leppard‘s Joe ElliottAndy Taylor formerly of Duran Duran, Thunder‘s Luke Morley, Dizzy Reed of the mighty Guns ‘N Roses and even Ricky‘s daughter PepperKeith also produced the new album, having previously worked with BuckcherryBlackberry Smoke and Alice Cooper

Keith noted that “Ricky is a true Rock-n-Roll soul… he’s got incredible stories to tell and a unique way of telling them. It’s been an honour to be asked to partner and contribute to this record.

01. When Life Was Hard And Fast
02. You Don’t Love Me
03. I’d Rather Be Hit
04. Gunslinger
05. Never Corner A Rat
06. Time Don’t Seem To Matter
07. Fighting Heart
08. I Don’t Feel At Home
09. Still Alive
10. Clown Of Misery
11. You’re My Rock N Roll

STAIRWELL TROUBADOUR Tracklist:

01. You Spin Me round (Like A Record) (Dead Or Alive cover)
02. Ooops!…I Did It Again (Britney Spears cover)
03. Summertime Blues (Eddie Cochran cover)
04. 1000 Dollar Car (Bottle Rockets cover)
05. Cocaine Blues (Johnny Cash cover)
06. I Don’t Want To Grow Up (Ramones cover)
07. I Fought The Law (The Clash cover)
08. Burning Love (Elvis Presley cover)
09. Jesus Loves You…But I Don’t (The Almighty cover)
10. Wrathchild (Iron Maiden cover)

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Rock Lives Here – Monthly Record Club, Just Launched!

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Remember growing up as a ROCK fan in the 70’s 80’s & 90’s, when buying a new album from your favourite band / artist was an entire experience that most likely centred around your favourite local record store and music loving mates?

Launched in February 2021, the Rock Lives Here Record Club exists to try and help fill that void. A Record Club built by a ROCK fan and music lover, for those who love the same.

Built on old-school values, a Record Club that wants to help you build your collection of awesome ROCK music and take away some of the pain involved in tracking down physical releases in the 2020’s.

ROCK sure ain’t dead and there’s still plenty of us who love holding a double gatefold LP in our hands, inhaling the brand new smell, hearing that first crackle of vinyl and pouring over the liner notes…

What You Get

With various membership options starting from $50AUD per month, you’ll receive:

  • One LP delivered monthly (including shipping)
  • 15% off all other purchases whilst Membership is active
  • Monthly Members Giveaways
  • Random Free Swag, Special Offers & Events/Opportunities
  • First access to limited quantity items, before they are listed on rockliveshere.com.au
    – great for times like Record Store Day issues etc.
  • Throw specific requests our way and we’ll do our best to source items from our various distributors that you might be struggling to find yourself

Check out the various monthly plans starting from $50 per month below…

Record Club No Commitment Membership

$60.00

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SoSo Unveil The Rousing New Single ‘Yeah Nah’

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Sydney-based pop-punk quintet SoSo have just revealed their assertive new single ‘Yeah Nah’ – produced by Stevie Knight (Trophy EyesStand AtlanticYours Truly) and mixed by James Paul Wisner (Hands Like HousesUnderoath).

‘Yeah Nah’ finds SoSo at their most forthright, diving headfirst into social commentary surrounding Sydney’s lockout laws and drug enforcement policies, through the use of quintessential Australianisms and gratifying pop-punk. The track frantically races and builds to its climatic, rambunctious bridge that delivers the anthemic line of rebellion “we all know you’re fucking liars”!

Lead singer Rhys de Burgh talks about the inspiration behind ‘Yeah Nah’:

“’Yeah Nah’ originated as a bit of a joke song and ended up a rebellious, energetic earworm. The track is a big call out of the shitty lockout laws that killed so many Sydney music venues, archaic drug enforcement policies and the true enemy of live music – poker machines. Fuck pokies.”

To coincide with the release, the band will support mates RedHook at La La La’s in Wollongong, before performing ‘Yeah Nah’ launch shows at the Rhythm Hut in the Central CoastThe Lansdowne Hotel in Sydney and Diamond Dogs Music Lounge in Dapto. Due to the worldwide pandemic, SoSo only played their first live show in November 2020, but have since supported Sydney contemporaries These New South WalesFANGZ and Down For Tomorrow.

Previous singles have been widely embraced by Spotify and Apple Music, and Australian radio stations triple jtriple j Unearthed4ZZZSYN FMAussie Music Weekly89.7 FM and 96.5 Inner FM. They’ve also seen support from online blogs NME (AUS), Life Without AndyBlunt MagazineHysteria MagazineHEAVY MagThe AU Review and The Soundcheck.

In the coming weeks, SoSo will reveal an accompanying music video for ‘Yeah Nah’ featuring social media personality Frenchy and shot on location at The Lansdowne Hotel. 

‘Yeah Nah’ will be available worldwide on Thursday, February 25


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YEAH NAH TOUR DATES

THU 25 FEB | LA LA LA’S, WOLLONGONG NSW *
SAT 20 MAR | RHYTHM HUT, CENTRAL COAST NSW
SUN 28 MAR | THE LANSDOWNE HOTEL, SYDNEY NSW
SAT 17 APR | DIAMOND DOGS MUSIC LOUNGE, DAPTO NSW

* Supporting RedHook and FANGZ

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Kingswood Unleash New Single ‘You Make It So Easy` Out NOW!

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Kingswood just keep rolling! Following on from the release of singles “Say You Remember” and “Bittersweet”, the Melbourne four-piece blister through global pandemics throughout 2020/2021 with their latest single, the high-octane “You Make It So Easy”.

Although COVID has thwarted the touring plans of musicians globally – Kingswood continue to charge, dropping bread crumbs along the way in preparation for that sweet, sweet loaf when the world is finally given that wonderful green light.

A dynamic force on stage, the ARIA nominated group has enjoyed strong success on the road in Australia and abroad, with a tour history that counts tours with AC/DC and Aerosmith, festivals including Splendour in the Grass, Falls Festival and Groovin The Moo; and multiple sold out tours across the country as proud achievements. Kingswood have been invited as special guests for the Baby Animals 30th Anniversiary tour (date’s listed below).

The journey towards the release of “Juveniles” has been one paved creative reinvention. Throughout the album, fans can piece together definitive elements of music that has formed Kingswood’s dynamic musical identity over the course of six years of relentless touring and recording. “You Make It So Easy” shines as an incendiary example of the band’s love for guitar-driven rock music; some may say it aligns itself strongly with the music of “Microscopic Wars”, however looking more broadly at Kingswood’s body of work, the progressions and stylistic arrangement of the band’s latest represents their genre- diverse tapestry of individual music tastes.

Melodically rich and delivered with the punch 2017’s “After Hours, Close To Dawn” became synonymous with, “You Make It So Easy” shines is Kingswood at their unfiltered best. It’s a temperament that Kingswood applied to “Juveniles” as a whole. Embracing creative chaos has led the band to make music that has refused to be pigeonholed over the last handful over years, and it’s the way they like it. “You Make It So Easy” was originally inspired by the new acquaintances, and the exciting tales an and adventures that unfold whilst reminding you of what you’ve always been drawn to.

A truly global record, Kingswood’s new music came to fruition across multiple writing and recording sessions across the US, UK and Europe. Through it all, the dynamic between chief songwriter Alex Laska and front-man Fergus Linacre strengthened and diversified in personal – as well as combined – style and delivery. Working with frequent collaborator and producer Eddie Spear in their second home of Nashville, the record was an emotional one to solidify.

“The album we’re finally presenting was an incredibly long and winding investigation through many different facets and avenues; almost a rediscovery, if you will, of who we are and what we find inspiring.” Alex Laska

BABY ANIMALS 30TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS – KINGSWOOD

JUNE – AUGUST 2021

Tickets are available now –  https://thebabyanimals.com/tours/

June 25th – The Triffid, QLD
July 26th – The Gov, SA
July 23rd – Twin Towns, NSW
July 24th – Nightquarter, QLD
August 6th – The Corner, VIC
August 7th – The Croxton, VIC

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