Rock band Brother & Bones have announced a string of dates in support of their debut album.
The group will be playing at Manchester’s Ruby Lounge on September 13.
Their new single Omaha is out now and will be followed by their self-titled debut album which is due for release on August 28.
Recorded at the prestigious East West Studios in Los Angeles, California, the album is an eclectic sound clash of tribal drumming and crushing guitars, which comes highly anticipated by their multitude of loyal fans.
The band recently unveiled their powerful new live video for Raining Stone, taken from the forthcoming album. Directed by Luke Pilbeam, the footage was taken from their recent St Ives show in Cornwall.
Brother & Bones are renowned for writing songs with the artistry of folk troubadours, the energy of punks and the self-belief of stadium headliners.
Hailing from Cornwall, their acoustic-led, alternative rock sound tips its hat to the likes of Pearl Jam and John Martyn.
Not only have the band been followed across UK and Europe on their own headline shows, they have also opened for BRIT Award winners Ben Howard + Bastille.
You can watch the video for Raining Stone at www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZpQy3CH4EU&feature=youtu.be
Tickets for the band’s gig at the Ruby Lounge are priced at £10 and doors open at 7pm. To book tickets or for further information, contact www.rubylounge.com.