THE DEAD DAISIES SET TO RADIATE SOME HEAT WITH NEW SINGLE & EU TOUR
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Radiance’is the first single fromThe Dead Daisies’ upcoming new album set for release in August. The band have been writing and recording over the last couple of months in Los Angeles with esteemed producer Ben Grosse at the Mix Room Studios.
A thunderous opening, sets the pace for ‘Radiance’, an eclectic, heavy rock track.
The riff digs deep into a 1970’s vibe originally created in the industrious heartland of England. With Glenn Hughes powering vocal, towering above the musical storm provided by the twin guitars of Doug Aldrich and David Lowy and hugely earthshaking drums from Brian Tichy you better set the dial to eleven forthis one!
“‘Radiance’ was the first song we wrote for the album and wanted to address a universal awakening with the lyrical content. Musically it’s heavy on groove and movement.” – Glenn Hughes
On June 3rd the Daisies hit Europe for the summer where they’ll tear up stages with Judas Priest, Foreigner and Whitesnake and hitting coveted festivals such as Graspop (Belgium), Hellfest and God Save The Kouign Fest (France), Masters Of Rock Festival (Czech Republic) and the Time To Rock Festival (Sweden), along with a string of killer headline shows.
Returning to the Daisies fold is drummer extraordinaire:
Brian Tichy (Whitesnake, Foreigner), uniting with Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Country Communion), Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio) and David Lowy (MINK, Red Phoenix)
so prepare for a massive dose of undiluted rock on their EU Summer tour.
“I’m excited for everyone to hear ‘Radiance’, a little slab of new Daisies
It’s been a lot of fun recording with Doug, Glenn and David, and now I’m psyched to throw down live with the guys! Hope to see you all out there on tour this year!” – Brian Tichy
Rock’n’Roll is a trip, not a destination…we all know how the saying goes!
The Dead Daisies continue their journey towards 2023 with new music,virtual performances and adventures.
The Dead Daisies have gone from strength to strength since the release of their self-titled album in 2013. They have released five studio, one live and one covers album to a growing army of fans worldwide and are praised by the global media in an era where Rock has been declared dead time and time again.