New York group Bambara have shared their new single 'Sing Me To The Street'.
The band's caustic, post-punk leaning sound will be etched in full on incoming album 'Stray', due for release on February 14th.
Out on Wharf Cat Records, the group have pencilled in a full UK tour, kicking off in May.
New song 'Sing Me To The Street' is a powerful mission statement, featuring contributions from Palberta's Ani Ivry-Block and Drew Citron of Public Practice.
Reid Bateh explains:
'"Sing Me To The Street' is about loneliness, isolation, and the dreamy allure of chaos. The song follows an unnamed character wandering the streets of a vast city that feels both alive and abandoned, as he attempts to silence the persistent song of oblivion singing in his head."
Tune in now.
Catch Bambara at the following shows:
5 Edinburgh Sneaky Pete's
6 Glasgow Stereo
7 Newcastle The Cluny
8 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
9 Dublin The Sound House
11 Manchester Yes (Pink Room)
12 Bristol The Exchange
13 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
15 Oxford The Bullingdon
16 Nottingham Bodega Social Club
18 Cambridge Portland Arms
19 Birmingham Hare and Hounds
20 London The Dome
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