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Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons New Album

Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons are back with brand new album ‘We’re The Bastards’, due out on 13 November 2020.

To celebrate the exciting announcement the band has shared first single ‘Son Of A Gun’ alongside an official music video.

WATCH IT HERE:

Singer Neil Starr commented on the upcoming release, “It’s definitely great to know that we have an audience now. We know there are people that want to hear it, but the truth is that we just had fun with it. Once again, we made the record we wanted to make and it’s been really exciting. It was awesome to take our minds off everything and just concentrate on recording a kick ass album for the fans to enjoy.”

Like many, the band recently had to cancel many of their carefully-laid plans as the world went into lockdown, with the new album recorded and engineered during lockdown by guitarist Todd Campbell. They also rescheduled their UK & Ireland tour dates to November 2021:

Buckley Tivoli, 04 Nov
Manchester Academy 3, 06
Aberdeen Unit 51, 08
Glasgow The Garage, 09
Carlisle The Brickyard, 10
Birmingham O2 Institute 2, 12
Bradford Nightrain, 13
Belfast Limelight 2, 14
Dublin Grand Social, 15
Nottingham Rescue Rooms, 17
Bristol Thekla, 18
Bournemouth The Old Fire Station, 19
Swansea Patti Pavilion, 20

Tickets on sale now from Gigantic Ticketmaster Ticketweb See Tickets (Original tickets remain valid)

Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons are Phil Campbell on guitar, Todd Campbell on guitar, Tyla Campbell on bass, Dane Campbell on drums and Neil Starr on vocals.

‘We’re The Bastards’ Full Album Tracklisting:

We’re The Bastards
Son Of A Gun
Promises Are Poison
Born To Roam
Animals
Bite My Tongue
Desert Song
Keep Your Jacket On
Lie To Me
Riding Straight To Hell
Hate Machine
Destroyed
Waves

Bonus tracks [limited digipak]:

Big Mouth (Live)
Freak Show (Live)
Dark Days (Live)
Rock ‘n’ Roll (Live)

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