GLENN HUGHES On The Demise Of BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION - "The Last Year Was Very Relevant; It Ended With Sadness"

June 14, 2014, a month ago

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Vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes is featured in a new interview with Lisa Martineau at Boston's Spark TV discussing the demise of Black Country Communion and the launch of his new band, California Breed. Check it out below: California Breed have released a new video for their track "The Way", from their debut album.
Mixing massive riffs, gutsy vocals and gale force rhythms, this powerful three-piece band released their self-titled debut album in the UK on May 19th, and in North American today, May 20th via Frontiers Records. The album is produced by Dave Cobb (Jamey Johnson, Rival Sons, Lindi Ortega, Shooter Jennings). California Breed was recorded at Cobb’s Nashville studio and features equal co-writing credits among the three-man lineup. "It’s proper rock," Hughes told Classic Rock Magazine - "but at the same time it’s very now. Andrew is as influenced by Mick Ronson as he is Jimmy Page."
Tracklisting: "The Way" "Sweet Tea" "Chemical Rain" "Midnight Oil" "All Falls Down" "The Grey" "Days They Come" "Spit You Out" "Strong" "Invisible" "Scars" "Breathe" "Solo" * *Deluxe Edition includes 'Solo' bonus track, and a DVD including 2 video clips ('The Way' and 'Sweet Tea', plus documentary). "The Way" video: "Midnight Oil" lyric video: "Sweet Tea" video: Behind-the-scenes footage:

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