News Roundup 20/7/12
Band Of Skulls – New Single
The Southampton based 3 piece, Band Of Skulls have announced the upcoming release of new single ‘The Devil Takes Care of His Own’ and a string of UK shows. The single, which comes from the group’s second album Sweet Sour, will be released on July 23rd.
Sweet Sour was recorded in Wales and produced by Ian Davenport, after the huge success of their debut (especially in the US) Band Of Skulls will be looking to convert some more Brits this time round. They begin their tour of the UK at Leeds festival on August 24th and finish up with a headline gig in their hometown of Southampton on the 9th of December.
Tame Impala Cover Fleetwood Mac
Ahead of the forthcoming Fleetwood Mac Tribute album; Just Tell Me That You Want Me, psychedelic Aussie rockers Tame Impala have posted their cover of ‘That’s All For Everyone’ online. Their take on the Fleetwood favourite (from Tusk) is a great fusion of originality and the songs classic elements. It sounds like Tame Impala at their best, woozy, slow and possibly recorded in outer space.
Also making up the album will be The Kills covering ‘Dreams, MGMT taking on ‘Future Games’ and Best Coasts version of ‘Rhiannon’. It will be released by the Concord Music Group on August 14th.
Passion Pit Remix Of Monsters and Men
The folk pop band from Iceland, Of Monsters and Men are a 6 piece receiving a lot of attention at the moment. Their single ‘Little Talks’ has been gaining them a real groundswell of attention, now the song has been given some dance pop treatment by Passion Pit. The remix will undoubtedly enhance their popularity further.