The Picturebooks announce single with Lzzy Hale and 2022 tour dates

The Picturebooks have already caused a sensation this year with various collaborations like Dennis Lyxzen (Refused) and Neil Fallon (Clutch) and additional musical guests Ryan Sinn (The Distillers) and Dave Dinsmore (Brant Bjork), presenting the band to an even larger audience.

The hard-working primal blues duo gained so much inspiration from these experiences to strive for even more astonishing collaborations and are now pleased to announce that they have recorded a song with the outstanding Grammy winning vocalist Lzzy Hale of Halestorm.

“Rebel” will premiere on Friday 14th of May and will be accompanied by a stunning video filmed in Nashville and Berlin by The Picturebooks and Lzzy Hale.

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Hear their train a comin’ and be excited for the rock single of the year!

Here’s what The Picturebooks have to say about the collaboration:

“Rebel” started out as an idea with Lzzy in mind and quickly surpassed everybody’s expectations. Lzzy tapped into something really special with both lyrics and vocal performance and when we heard her voice on the track for the first time we were totally blown away! Give this one a listen at full volume and be ready to be floored!

But far from enough, it is even more gratifying that The Picturebooks now officially announce their long-awaited “On The Road Again”-Tour 2022!

This rock’n’roll circus stretches across Europe plus the UK and will finally bring the fascinating performance of the two guys back to the masses.

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UK Dates:

  • 19/04/22 Manchester @ Rebellion (GBR)
  • 20/04/22 Dublin @ Grand Social (IRL)
  • 21/04/22 Glasgow @ King Tuts (GBR)
  • 23/04/22 London @ The Dome (GBR)
  • 24/04/22 Bristol @ Exchange (GBR)
  • 27/04/22 Sheffield @ Corporation (GBR)
  • 28/04/22 Birmingham @ Mama Roux´s (GBR)

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