Happy release day to our friends Alabama Shakes! Their second album ‘Sound & Color’ is out today.
The band have been super busy, visiting Australia and killing it at Bluesfest.
Our friends at The Herald Sun had a chat with the band when they were down under and gave their album a whopping 5 stars! Read the interview HERE.
You can also read an incredible review by The Saturday Paper here.
As The Saturday Paper says “Ladies and gentlemen, this is the real thing: real music made by real musicians for right now.”
Watch their incredible live performance on Double J below.
Wooo! You can now listen to Alabama Shakes’ album ‘Sound & Color’ via iTunes Radio First Play HERE.
The album comes out Friday 17th of April and we cannot wait! The band recently just killed it touring Australia for Bluesfest and performing a special one off Sydney show.
Read a review of their Sydney show by our pals at the Sydney Morning Herald here.
The band also performed an exclusive live track of ‘This Feeling’ at Mojo Record Bar in Sydney for Double J. Watch the amazing performance below. The album is Feature Album on the station for the whole of next week!
Recently Brittany Howard from Alabama Shakes joined the likes of Jim James (My Morning Jacket), John Oates (Hall & Oates), Larry Graham (Sly and the Family Stone, Grand Central Station) and Zigaboo Modeliste (The Meters) for a very special performance known as the Rock & Soul Superjam at Bonnaroo 2013.
The below video is a preview of an eight piece documentary which tells the story of how these extraordinary musicians, most of whom had never played together, performed a two hour set live after only a few days of rehearsal. Each piece of the documentary will showcase one song from the epic Rock & Soul Superjam that took place at Bonnaroo 2013.
Didn’t get to go to Glastonbury this year? Never fear, you can check out two of our festival highlights and pretend that you were there! Alabama Shakes performing ‘Hang Loose’ on The Other Stage and Palma Violets performing ‘Best Of Friends’ up at The Park.
Alabama Shakes will be touring Australia in the new year as part of the Big Day Out line up and will also be headlining sideshows. Don’t miss out!
Thursday 17 January – The Metro Theatre, Sydney
Friday 18 January – Big Day Out, Sydney
Sunday 20 January – Big Day Out, Gold Coast
Thursday 24 January – The Forum Theatre, Melbourne
Friday 25 January – Big Day Out, Adelaide
Saturday 26 January – Big Day Out, Melbourne
Monday 28 January – Big Day Out, Perth