Trio from Indiana, cold gaze, meandering through the streets of Europe for the past two weeks, impressing audiences along the way. Halfway through the tour, today they’re releasing a live favorite. “Nothing But the Blues (Live and Stripped)” You can listen here.
European tour continues today malmö, sweden and tomorrow Valkenburg, Sweden, bbefore heading out for three dates Halle, Hagen and Oberhausen in Germany. Afterwards, they returned home and England of July for the show of Sittingbourne, Southampton, Londonending with a headline performance phoenix stage and stone festival of Maidstone. Tickets are available here.
Speaking of the tour so far, singer/guitarist Chris Tapp says: We have been blown away by the participation and enthusiasm of our fans at this show and can’t wait for our next shows in Sweden and Germany. We are also very happy to be back in the UK in July for a few days and headlining Stage 2 of Maid of Stone on Saturday. ”
“Nothing But the Blues” became a fan favorite and live show staple even before it was officially released. This live and strip version is from a promotional tour for American radio and record stores. This song is from their latest albumvoice‘ was released by Mascot Records in March.
Self-produced by the band and recorded almost entirely in just two days with engineer Mark Needham (Taj Mahal, The Killers, Imagine Dragons, Walk the Moon, Fleetwood Mac), The Voice It is positioned as The Cold Stars’ most mature and eclectic collection. Yet it balances gritty muscles and tender emotions in equal measure. The band released multiple videos from the albums The Joy, Nothing But The Blues, Throw That Stone, and Got No Right (live).
“We approached ‘Voices’ thinking that each song was an idea for a movie.” Mr. Tap will explain. “I think they still work well together, but they offer the listener a bit more of a journey through the course of the album than what they’ve offered so far.”
This week, their song “One Way Outta Here” (from the album “Head Bent”) became the featured track in Episode 3 of Mayans FX’s final season, and their album was everywhere from ESPN and TNT to TV stations. the song was performed. Blockbuster video game “Cyberpunk 2077”.
Live is where the band truly thrives, and they’ve put that power to work on the road alongside rivals such as The Sons, Larkin Poe, Rainwolf, Spoon, Grand Funk Railroad and Seabury Corp. Chris Tapp (vocals, guitar), Brian Mullins (drums), and Bryce Klueh (bass) have a strikingly authentic stage presence. It is something not to be missed.