9 August 2012

Sissy and The Blisters - new single 'Killing Time' released on 27th August and tour

Sissy and The Blisters

Sissy and The Blisters - new single 'Killing Time' released on 27th August and tour

Aside from the formidable ‘Vicious’, a Record Store Day split 7” release with Devin, making Clash’s Track of the Day and available now from Sissy’s Facebook page now as a Free Download, it will have been a long eleven months from the release of the ‘Let Her Go’ EP back in October 2011 to Sissy’s new single ‘Killing Time‘ out on 27th August. Simple fact is, by the end of 2011, Sissy had put out all the music they’d ever written. It can happen when a band gets the kind of accolades and major-though-100%-justified-hype on their first few releases that many bands don’t achieve ever. So Sissy simply had to go and write and record some more. The very exciting outcome of this is ‘Killing Time’ - which has already been spun by Lamacq on 6Music and Huw Stephens on Radio One. Plus Sissy have completed what will surely be a contender for Anticipated Album of the Year, their debut - set for release early 2013 and produced by the band, themselves.

Catch Sissy and The Blisters live:

Fri 10th Aug - Boardmaster Festival, Newquay Cornwall (Main Stage)
Fri 31st Aug - Old Blue Last, London (Single Launch Show)
Fri 14th Sept - Ark, Preston
Sat 15th Sept - Brickyard, Carlisle
Mon 17th Sept - King Tuts, Glasgow
Tues 18th Sept - Open, Norwich
Sat 22nd Sept - Sugarmill, Stoke
Tues 25th Sept - The Castle, Manchester
Wed 26th Sept - The Oporto, Leeds
Thurs 27th Sept - Bungalow & Bears, Sheffield
Fri 28th Sept - Labour Club, Northampton
Sat 29th Sept - Oakfield Social Club, Reading
Thur 4th Oct - Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, London
Twitter - @SissyBlisters

“The sound of scurrilously reinvented garage pop falling time in a massive egg timer” - Steve Lamacq, 6Music

“A riot of doom-laden garage rock” - Sunday Times Culture

“Amazing band” - Huw Stephens

“We’re hooked on the Guildford based foursome’s striking aesthetic and thrilling, visceral sound” - The Fly

“The Vaccines, The Strokes and Interpol are contemporary references, but the roots of Sissy and the Blisters feel a lot deeper – taking in everything from Thee Headcoatees to The Standells. Fans of garage rock take note” – Independent

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