URIAH HEEP Release "One Minute" Digital Single
May 9, 2014, a year ago
Uriah Heep, one of the pivotal hard rock groups to emerge from England in the late 1960s, returns in June with Outsider, its 24th studio album, and the first since 2011’s Into The Wild album.
Frontiers Records today releases the digital single “One Minute”. The new single is available from today for download (iTunes, Amazon, etc) and legal streaming (Spotify, Deezer, etc) on all digital platforms across the world. The new single is also available in a special version with German lyrics and it is called “Eine Minute”.
Outsider will be released on June 6th in Europe, June 9th in The UK and June 10th in North America on Frontiers Records.
Tracklisting:"Speed Of Sound"
"Rock The Foundation"
"Is Anybody Gonna Help Me?"
"Looking At You"
"Can"t Take That Away"
"Kiss The Rainbow"
“We are very proud of our history,” says founder/guitarist Mick Box, “but it is equally important to keep producing new material. This new album, Outsider, is very much a rock album in true Heep style. It shows that we still have the same passion and energy for our music that we have always had.”
From the opening chords of the album’s hard driving rocker, 'Speed Of Sound', to the more introspective closer, 'Say Goodbye', Outsider proves that Uriah Heep has remained a musical powerhouse, and one that can effectively balance its legendary sound with a distinctly contemporary approach. The record, which was produced by Mike Paxman (ASIA, STATUS QUO), also introduces bassist Dave Rimmer, who joined the band last summer after the untimely death of long time member, Trevor Bolder.
Says Box of his late friend, Bolder: “We lost a world class bass player, singer, songwriter and friend. While Trevor was ill, he wanted us to continue working, so we used a bass player called Dave Rimmer, who Trevor approved of. It was only natural that Dave carried on with the band.”
After major tours of Europe, Scandinavia, Russia and South America, upon the release of Outsider, Uriah Heep will launch a world tour that will take in many continents as the band promotes the new album to an international audience.