17 November 2014

Alabama 3 release new single Following Rainbows

Alabama 3 new single Following Rainbows

Alabama 3 release new single Following Rainbows

They're not from Alabama and there sure as hell ain't three of them, but for two decades Alabama 3 have been unleashing their unique blend of Country Acid House from their adopted home in Brixton, South London. Always doing things differently , with an outspoken manner, they are back with their new single "Following Rainbows" taken from their upcoming 12th studio album Women from W.O.M.B.L.E Vol 2 (2015).  A departure from the sound they have become synonymous with, this single has been birthed from an unsolitary period of exploration. Instead of the usual sex, drugs and rock n roll antics, this track is cut with 100% legitimate pop melancholy .. a tale of lost love, strange cities and borderless existence.

Alabama 3's wild blend of the unthinkable, their proclivity for rock n roll decadence and acute social conscience has made them an unique unstoppable entity in the music industry. Their twenty year track record has seen extensive world tours, including performances on Later With Jools, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Glastonbury and even quirkier events like longtime fans Stephen Kings book launch, to the funerals of Great Train Robbers Bruce Reynolds and Ronnie Biggs. Their track " Woke Up This Morning" reached worldwide audiences as the soundtrack for the HBO TV series The Sopranos.

The new upcoming album Women from W.O.M.B.L.E Vol.2  see's the band leave a female contingent to front-line the record, giving freedom to the soulful mother's and sisters of their community to explore the playing field in a male dominated industry. As a 9-1 male-female dominated band, they are curious..  Can feminism find its place among funky dance floors again?

The band has always had a loyal and devoted following in the UK and with this at hand they embark on a Winter 2014 tour . For  a full tour schedule and to buy tickets go here 

Live in London - December 13th 2014  - Electric Brixton

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