Alestorm’s Christopher Bowes joins cowboy rockers Bootyard Bandits to stir up a storm with new party anthem “One Hell of a Night”

Bootyard Bandits have released a brand new single “One Hell of a Night”, a triumphant ode to all of their favourite beverages. Teaming up with their drinking buddy Christopher Bowes (Alestorm) as a special guest on vocals, this party anthem is sure to get the hoedown happening! The guys toured with Alestorm across Europe earlier this year and enjoyed many a tipple whilst on the road, so it was only natural to join forces for this rockin’ party starter.
The release is accompanied by a quirky fan-made video (credit: Alex Papeleu), depicting a typical night on the town with Bootyard Bandits.
 
**Watch the video here: 

Drummer Bamm-Bamm had this to say:
“‘One Hell Of A Night’ is purely and simply a song all about alcohol! We feel so strongly about the important message behind this song, that we sought professional assistance to help tell the story. We left the ranch and went on a coastal cowboy quest in search of the one guy who would truly do justice to a song all about drinking… Captain Christopher Bowes from Alestorm.
So, ladies and gentlefolk, cowboys and cowgirls, pirates and wenches alike, we give you the most doggone distinctive duet y’all ever hear in your whole damn life with our alcohol-infused anthem! Just y’all TRY and not dance to this!”
Catch Bootyard Bandits live:
 
2019
December 7th – Massive Christmas Ho-down w/ Massive Wagons Manchester (SOLD OUT)
 
2020
March 29th – Planet Rock Winter’s End, Poole
May 29th – Call of The Wild Festival, Lincolnshire
June 28th – Wildfire Festival, Wanlockhead
July 12th – SOS Festival, Prestwich
Nov 12th/13th – HRH Crows Festival, Great Yarmouth
Bootyard Bandits are:
 
CJ Handsome : Vocals/Guitar
Bamm-Bamm : Drums
Two Puds : Bass/BVs
Big Mac : Banjo/Guitar/BVs
Joey Bones : Guitar/BVs

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: