Strangefruit to be released 23rd November
'Beautiful/Dangerous' out now
Liverpool rock duo RIVAL BONES have released their new single 'Beautiful/Dangerous', the second from their forthcoming EP Strangefruit, due to be released 23rd November via Alya Records.
Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqZW8J-gjKA
Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2CO4kxt
And pre-order the EP here: https://www.rivalbones.com/merch/strangefruit-physical-pre-order
All limited editions of the Strangefruit EP have now sold out amidst support from Kerrang! Radio, Planet Rock, Classic Rock Magazine, Rolling Stone, and BBC Introducing.
RIVAL BONES are comprised of just two members: Chris Thomason (formerly of Boss Keloid) on drums, while the powerful riffing and vocals come from James Whitehouse.
The duo sit astride several musical worlds, bringing to mind Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, and Audioslave, all while showing that less is more.
RIVAL BONES made their debut back in 2015 with the release of ‘You Know Who You Are’, receiving airplay from BBC Introducing, Planet Rock, Kerrang Radio, Team Rock, Amazing Radio and Real XS.
Followed up by ‘Robot Girl’ and ‘Lost Along the Way’ in 2016, the two-piece began to establish themselves as one of the hottest rock bands to emerge from the North West in the last decade. In 2017, RIVAL BONES released their self-titled EP, signing soon after to Alya Records and playing Zandari Festival in Seoul, South Korea.
Upon their return the band were invited to support Frank Turner's Mongol Horde, Electric Six, Dead! and Fizzy Blood at their respective shows in Manchester and were booked to perform at Sound City Liverpool, Focus Wales and The Alternative Escape, as well as Amplified Festival and INmusic Festival Zagreb.
Now follows Strangefruit, a highly impressive four-track collection further showcasing the band's undeniable talent and muscle.
Catch the band live:
Lancaster, United Kingdom
Newton-le-willows, United Kingdom
Carlisle, United Kingdom
The Camden Mixer
London, United Kingdom
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