BLUE NATION (ALBUM LAUNCH) + IDUL + ANTHONY PRICE
Blue Nation draw from a reservoir of influences including Cream, Zeppelin, The Beatles and more recently Rival Sons and Vintage Trouble to name a few. The new album The Kaftan Society has been in the making for over a year whilst the band toured with the likes of Skid Row, Dirty Thrills, Steve Conte (NY Dolls) and Brian Downey’s Alive & Dangerous (Thin Lizzy’s original Drummer)
Frontman Neil Murdoch explains; The album came together naturally, it took about 3 months to write and then we spent a year perfecting the songs in the studio with Alex Vine of AVR Music. The title “The Kaftan Society” is a direct link to us. It’s about being who you are, and not being scared of what people think and feel about you. Standing up for love and dismissing any form of hate. The album has so many different themes running through it, we wanted people to be able to relate to the songs and feel like it’s for them.
Watch the video to ‘Gimme Some Time’ here:
IDUL is a 5-piece Birmingham based rock band with a thumping rock and roll sound. Early 2018 has seen the band releasing the live recording of their first single, ‘Rules on War’, as well as performing headline shows in their city.
Listen to their first single, ‘Rules on War’, below:
Anthony Price is a folk/country singer songwriter from Birmingham, UK.