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Raucous Blackpool rockers Strange Bones share their latest deafening anthem “Here Come The Wolves”, direct to fans via WhatsApp messenger, 3 weeks before official release. With the dissemination of music coming only from a select number of sources, Strange Bones are cutting out the middleman and releasing direct to fans through their phones – sparking the revolution in secrecy. This comes before an eagerly anticipated EU tour.
“Here Come The Wolves” is a reaction to a society of hyper normalisation; society has anxiety, and nobody really knows the true from the false. When the public narrative is curated by the state run media, a generation in search of equality is left with divide.”
Having feverishly honed their craft within the UK punk scene, the three brothers; Bobby, Jack and Will Bentham and childhood friend Spud Newburn have relentlessly toured with the likes of Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, Yonaka and Cabbage. As well as 8 headline tours and appearances at Reading and Leeds, Isle Of Wight, Download UK/FR, TRNSMT, 2000 Trees and many more, receiving widespread attention towards their explosive live shows. The band has also had great Radio support from the likes of Annie Mac, Mistajam, Dan P Carter on Radio 1, as well as BBC Introducing, Julie Adenuga on Beats1, Jon Kennedy at XFM, and Alex Baker on Kerrang! Radio.
Produced by Bobby Bentham and Mixed by Thomas Mitchener of Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes.
I’ve been enamoured with this band since I stumbled upon them last March supporting Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and have been lucky enough to get a sneak preview of this behemoth new track. Fierce, politically driven lyrics are drenched in scuzzy guitars and raucous drumming, an early Prodigy vibe oozes throughout. Bobby’s savage vocals keep it raw, not over produced and true to Strange Bones’ form, it screams to played live. What are you waiting for!
- 04 Oct – Stereo, Glasgow
- 06 Oct – Club Ifor Bach, Cardiff
- 07 Oct – The Cavern, Exeter
- 09 Oct – Old Blue Last, LONDON
- 10 Oct – The Sugarmill, Stoke On Trent
- 12 Oct – Deaf Institute, Manchester