"Stadium sized melodies and four-part harmonies without diving headlong into a pool full of clichés..." - MOJO Magazine
Scotland's Three Blind Wolves release their debut single Parade today via Instinctive Racoon. The single is also available as a limited edition 7-inch release (only 300 pressed), which you can buy now via the band's official website.
The single has already gained the attention of XFM's John Kennedy (featured in John's Top 5), BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1 Scotland. The boys also recently headed down to London to record a session with Dermot O'Leary for his BBC Radio 2 show.
The video for Parade is available to watch now via the band's YouTube channel.
Their sound couldn't be more different from their native Glasgow, a city covered with atmospheric grey skies, enclosed by heavy Victorian and Charles Rennie Mackintosh, "Glasgow style" architecture. The four-piece channel vintage Americana influences, with Parade transporting you to the sleepy towns and vast landscapes of the American frontier.
"Parade is about feeling lost, forlorn and disconnected from your personal life and the city you life in," says lead vocalist Ross Clark. "The one thing that will keep you going is that special someone that will keep you moving forward awaiting the good times, whether they come or not, the important thing is that you keep pushing through." Parade captures this feeling perfectly with melancholic guitars and vocals coming together with the rest of the band capturing the feeling of trucking on, crescendoing on a positive note. The single is brilliantly composed and highlights Three Blind Wolves as one of Scotland's most promising young bands.
The band will be playing shows throughout the UK in October and November, for the latest updates, check out Three Blind Wolves website.