Promised Land Sound, Mono, Friday 3 February, 2017 – Support Warren McIntyre and The Starry Skies

promised land sound

promised land sound

Promised Land Sound (Paradise Of Bachelors)

Friday 3rd February

7.30pm

Mono

EWO & El Rancho present…
Promised Land Sound

watren mcintyre

Support from Warren McIntyre and The Starry Skies

Promised Land Sound, Nashville’s finest purveyors of febrile root-work psychedelia, chose to begin at the beginning; they named themselves after an immortal road-dogging Chuck Berry jam and proceeded from there. For such a young band—though they’re now all in their twenties, some weren’t even of legal drinking age when they released their debut—they’re remarkably attuned to historical precedents. The self-titled first album mined the same red dirt/swamp boogie as the Flying Burritos, Gene Clark, Jesse Ed Davis, Link Wray, the Band, CCR, Dennis Linde, Johnny Darrell, the Stones, et al. But For Use and Delight is the album on which Promised Land Sound finds their distinctive idiom, the distilled articulation of their mutable live performances, during which songs expand and contract, guitars flicker, flame, and gutter, and the rhythm section achieves a full-throttle locomotive choogle that locates the common/contested ground between J.J. Cale and Can.

Promised Land Sound emerged from the fertile Nashville garage scene—members have played with PUJOL, Denney and the Jets, and members of JEFF The Brotherhood and Those Darlins, among others—   Further details

£8

 Tickets at Ticket Scotland

Mono, 12 King St, Glasgow G1 5RB

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