The Wildhearts 
1st new album in 10 years  
released today 
Renaissance Men 
&
unveil new video 

Today The Wildhearts are proud to announce the release of Renaissance Men, their first full-length studio album in 10 years on Graphite Records.

To celebrate the release of Renaissance Men, The Wildhearts unveil an NSFW video for the new single Let Em Go: https://youtu.be/hgwJf6vxXBY

Let Em Go is a song about ridding your life of wankers. The Wildhearts feel it is healthy to demand quality friendship and get rid of all the shit from your life.” – The Wildhearts.

The Wildhearts classic line up of Ginger, CJ, Ritchie, and Danny, recorded the energetic and diverse ‘Renaissance Men’ at the Treehouse Studio. Produced by Jim Pinder  ‘Renaissance Men’ finds The Wildhearts at their full creative tilt delivering hard-hitting, retooled classic rock with a modern twist.  Bristling riffs and jagged, riotous hooks are their poison and the 10 songs, including the radio, hits Dislocated and Let Em Go are the perfect manifestation of the band’s immutable wit, charm, and righteous anger.

The album cover for ‘Renaissance Men’ was painted by Eliran Kantor (Testament, Iced Earth, Sodom).

The honest and irresistible ‘Renaissance Men’ is an unequivocal triumph, which encapsulates and distills perfectly The Wildhearts’ live energy.
The album is available in usual CD and vinyl formats, with T-Shirt bundles available, plus limited edition orange cassette tape and a yellow vinyl exclusive to independent retailers.
To order, stream or download ‘Renaissance Men’ go to http://smarturl.it/RenaissanceMen
Renaissance Men’ track listing 
01 Dislocated.
02Let ‘Em Go.
03 Renaissance Men.
04 Fine Art of Deception.
05 Diagnosis.
06 My Kinda Movie.
07 Little Flower.
08 Emergency (Fentanyl Babylon).
09 My Side Of The Bed.
10 Pilo Erection.

To coincide with the release of ‘Renaissance Men’  The Wildhearts play an 8 date UK tour. This intimate tour will start tonight in Manchester at the Academy 2 and concludes at the Riverside in Newcastle on Sunday 12th May.

The Wildhearts will be completing a series of in-store signings while on tour, including Fopp in London’s Covent Garden, the day before their Brixton show.

May instore signings
Fri 3rd Manchester HMV @ 12.30pm
Sat 4th Edinburgh Fopp @ 12.00pm
Mon 6th Cardiff HMV @ 1.00pm
Tue 7th Bristol HMV @ 5.30pm
Thur 8th Covent Garden Fopp @ 6.00pm
Fri 10th Norwich HMV @ 5.00pm
Sat 11th Leeds HMV @ 2.00pm
Sun 12th Newcastle HMV @ 2.00pm

Creatively brilliant, The Wildhearts play a distinctive fusion of hard rock, perfectly complemented by contemporary melodies. With a career spanning 30 years, The Wildhearts helped change the landscape of British rock through the ’90s, and to this day they haven’t shown any sign of slowing down. Miss these shows at your peril.

The Renaissance Men  tour dates 
w/ support from Massive Wagons and Towers of London
Fri 3rd  Manchester  Academy 2 SOLD OUT
Sat 4th Edinburgh  Liquid Room SOLD OUT
Mon 6th Cardiff  Tramshed
Tue 7th Bristol  SWX
Thur 9th London Brixton Electric
Fri  10th Norwich  Waterfront
Sat  11th Leeds Stylus
Sun  12th Newcastle  Riverside
May
Thur 23rd  Blackpool Waterloo Music Bar SOLD OUT
Fri 24th Derbyshire Bearded Theory’s Spring Gathering
Sat 25th Lincolnshire Call of the Wild Festival
Sun 26th Sudbury LeeStock Music Festival
June
Wed 26th Carlisle Brickyard
Thu  27th  Glasgow Kelvingrove Bandstand w/ Gun & Terrorvision
Sun 30th  Gabu Osaka  Japan
July
Mon 1st  Nagoya  Apollo Base Japan
Tue 2nd  Tokyo  Duo Music Exchange Japan
Fri 12th  Cheltenham  2000 Trees Festival
Thu 18th  Liverpool  Grand Central
Fri 19th  Kent  Ramblin’ Man Fair
September
Sat 14th  Sheffield Rockin The Bowl
October
Thu 10th  Holmfirth Picturedrome
Fri 11th  Helsinki  Virgin Oil and Co Finland
Sat 12th  Stockholm  Fryhuset Sweden
Thu 24th  Amsterdam  Q Factory Netherlands
November
Fri 29th Buckley Tivoli
Sat 30th  Madrid Sala Spain

 

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