Folk Favourites Ready For Big UK Date With Final Single Release From EP
Single Released 10th January
F.F.O. Wilco / Lumineers
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'Classic warm-sounding roots-rock gem' - Folk Radio UK
'The band’s array of instruments includes just the right balance of twang and heart to make their live show one to remember' - Toronto Guardian
'They manage to deliver the energy of a jam band, but in catchy, radio-play length three-minute songs' – Exclaim
'Warm, bucolic and friendly' - Americana UK
"It’s the only soft-ish song of the music we’ve released over the last year and once we got in the studio with it we had the opportunity to explore some really cool ideas that are pretty new for us. It was a lot of fun building this tune and taking it from mellow and simmering to a driving banjo-driven sing-along…plus lapsteel!" - Ethan Smith
In the two years since their last record Golden Days, Union Duke has been steadily travelling and unravelling across the country, and they’re ready to share the lessons they’ve learned with a slate of new music.
Due to play at London’s The Moth Club on 28th January as part of AmericanaFest UK, Union Duke put on a high energy live show complete with soaring harmonies, driving rhythm, chicken pickin' guitar licks and banjo at a breakneck speed. Their humour and infectious enthusiasm will put a grin on your face and have you kicking up dust on the dancefloor.
Union Duke are five guys, twenty-four beers, and a half-ton truckload of foot stomping folk rock. Left Behind is the final single to be released from their EP, following Atlas of Love; Ladidadida and 1,2,3.
Source Quite Great
January 9, 2020 6:06am ET by Quite Great