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The Hangover Club announce new single, Devil's Watching You

Energetic, boogie-rock track due 26th April 2022

Accompanying video to follow

Live shows confirmed

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Devil's Watching You will be released on 26th April, with an accompanying video landing a week later on 3rd May.

 

Devil's Watching You was originally a country song about the hypocrisy of religion -- which often marks fun and natural elements of life as sins, but can also encourage malevolent and heartless behaviour.

The group squeezed the primal elements out of the initial concept, and made swift use of a boogie-blues rock riff birthed from a jam into the final version — a bouncy rock track bursting at the seams with energy.

The group recorded the track at Factory Studios in Bristol, and it was brought to life with a mix from Stew Jackson (Massive Attack, Phantom Limb) and a master by Pete Maher (U2, The Pixies, Nick Cave).

Devil's Watching You follows on from the release of Freedom (Live at the Clifton Observatory) in January, and will be accompanied by two further singles due for release later in the year.

Live Dates Confirmed:

7 April -- Bristol -- The Bristol Fringe

10 April – Bath – The New Inn

3 June – Bath – The Oak

16–17 July – Trinité-Sur-Mer – PAKA Festival

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