Tuesday, 28 May 2013

THE RATTLIN DOORS - SINGLE REVIEW

The Rattlin Doors - In A Tree House 
The Rattlin Doors - In A Tree House

Release Date: 1st July 2013

Awooga! Awooga! Awooga! New genre alert!!!! That's right folks, I think the fine men of The Rattlin Doors have gone and created something new and wondrous - Blues-Punk. The Worcester trio are hitting the UK scene hard with their debut single 'In A Tree House' and they are already attracting huge amounts of interest from both sides of the pond. Andy Teece's furious slide guitar work drives this beast forward, spitting out his breathless vocal as he goes. Phil Elt's bass chugs knowingly beneath the guitar while the drumming of the perfectly monikered Leeroy Evans is pure, tight and perfect for such an instantly infectious song. At just one minute 47 seconds long, 'In A Tree House' is a punky statement of intent designed to make people sit up and take notice and they surely will. A handful of local dates are planned throughout the summer but don't expect it to be too long before these guys are hunting you down in your home town, outlaw style.


Live Dates:

15th June - Flapper & Firkin, Birmingham
16th June - Himbleton Cricket Club, Himbleton (Free Entry)
4th July - The Roadhouse, Birmingham
26th July - Boars Head, Kidderminster
10th August - Marrs Bar, Worcester

31st August - Arts Workship, Worcester

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