Scottish hard-edged dirty blues trio, THE HOWLING LORDS, have just revealed
a brand new track, Black Dog – , which has been
picked from their forthcoming sophomore album, Texas Medicine, out via all
platforms on Friday 30th November.

Expressing a guttural, dirty garage rock sound with heavy riff laden tracks
evoking everyone from the Black Keys and Queens Of the Stoneage, to The Who
and Creedence Clearwater Revival, THE HOWLING LORDS are primed to break by
the end of this year.

Born in late 2015 and hailing from Isle of Lewis in Scotland, which is a
windswept and salt-blasted rock on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, THE
HOWLING LORDS have a steely grit and determination to persistently expand
their horizons – this trio are not bound by any geographical complexities.
The band are prolific live performers, playing and hosting gigs throughout
Scotland and embarking on a series of self-organised tours across the UK.
From busking on the streets of Portugal to entertaining crowds at some of
Scotland’s best-loved music festivals, this threesome are going from
strength to strength and making it look easy.

Besides possessing a hearty appetite for playing live and touring, THE
HOWLING LORDS also have an impressive recording pedigree. Their first
single, 2016’s Bad For Me, and self-titled debut album, which was released
last year, both racked up strong support and praise. Last year’s, Dead
Letters EP, also earned the band further plaudits and helped pave the way
for the group’s impending sophomore album.

THE HOWLING LORDS are now geared up for the release of their explosive new
album, Texas Medicine. Featuring ten cuts of intoxicating whiskey-soaked
blues and gritty rock that exemplifies just why so many are latching onto
the band, this album captivates and pulls in the listener from the get-go.
The high-flying threesome will be announcing a UK tour for the Spring; be
sure to hit up their socials for details.

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