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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Releases VIDEO for First Single “Little Thing Gone Wild”
 
PRESS HERE to Watch via Band’s Facebook
 
Wrong Creatures Album Set for Release on January 12, 2018
 
North American Tour Begins January 15th, 2018
 
November 2, 2017 (Los Angeles, CA) – Today, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club revealed their first video for single “Little Thing Gone Wild” via the bands Facebook and live now on Youtube and VEVOPRESS HERE to watch the visceral, live video directed by Brian T Lauzon.
The band recently announced their forthcoming album Wrong Creatures, produced by Nick Launay (Nick Cave, Arcade Fire), out on January 12, 2018. PRESS HERE to pre-order.
The widely acclaimed California-based band consists of Peter Hayes (vocal, guitar, harmonica), Robert Levon Been (vocal, bass, guitar), and Leah Shapiro (drums).
They’ve been crafting perfectly honed, bluesy, psychedelic garage-rock since 1998 and return with their 7th studio album. These rock and roll stalwarts have been praised by NPR for their “gutsy rock ‘n’ roll” while Rolling Stone has called their sound “expansive” and Entertainment Weekly has called it “deeply hypnotic narco-blues.”
Recorded in Los Angeles, Wrong Creatures takes a journey throughout rock’s history, taking unlikely twists and turns, both peppered with historic influences but also having one foot firmly in the present.
Yet their focus still firmly set on returning to edge of the stage, never resting on their laurels and bringing people further into their live experience.
Ultimately, the band are survivors during an era where rock’n’roll can often be overshadowed by garish pop and domineering hip-hop.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have learned how to cut out all the noise and concentrate on what matters.  Robert Levon Been: “We are truly an island – come hell or high water, so it’s usually best to dress accordingly.
Though I’m not sure what the proper attire is when drowning in fire. But leather usually goes with everything.”
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club also announced their North American tour which will be kicking off on January 15, 2018 with dates in Washington DC, Boston, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, and more. The trio will also be hitting Europe and the UK for select tour dates this fall beginning October 23. Tickets are on sale now – PRESS HERE to purchase.
The band are currently on tour in UK and Europe.
The band has partnered with Plus 1 for the tour in which $1 from each ticket will be donated to War Child, a worldwide organization that supports programs aiding women & children dislocated and impacted by war, political unrest, terrorism and poverty.
North American Tour Dates:
January 15       San Diego, CA @ House of Blues
January 16       Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Bure
January 18       Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater
January 19       Austin, TX @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
January 20       Houston, TX @ House of Blues
January 21       New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
January 23       Tampa, FL @ The Ritz Ybor
January 24       Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live
January 26       Orlando, FL @ The Beacham
January 27       Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
January 29       Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
January 30       Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
January 31       Boston, MA @ Royale
February 2       Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
February 5       Montreal, QC @ Club Soda
February 6       Toronto, ON @ Rebel
February 7       Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre
February 9       Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
February 10     Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
February 11     Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
February 12     St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
February 13      Kansas City, MO @ The Truman
February 15      Denver, CO @ Ogden Theatre
February 16      Salt Lake City, UT @ Metro Music Hall
February 18       Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
February 19       Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
February 20       Seattle, WA @ The Show Box
February 22       Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater
February 23       Pomona, CA @ The Glass House
February 24       Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre

(Credit: Tessa Angus)