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While I wholeheartedly agree that The Black Cat Bones are one of the most outstanding live acts this country has ever seen, the main reason I fall in love with them over and over again is the gritty humanity in their songs. They write songs about issues that the working man can relate to and like those issues, the sounds are often rough, relentless and take no prisoners. Bands like this are few and far between nowadays.’ – Gareth Wilson
Johannesburg, 02 November 2018.
The much anticipated 4th studio album ‘Here is a Knife’ by The Black Cat Bones is set for release on Friday 16 November. Engineered and Produced by Bassist Chris van der Walt, this 12-track offering has already enjoyed regular airplay for the first two singles namely ‘The World’s in the Halos’and ‘Turn of the Century’including the release of their respective music videosfilmed and directed by the acclaimed ‘Image Engineer’ aka Fred van Leeuwen.
The Gauteng-based four-piece proudly admits a somewhat out of the box approach to their new material, showcasing the natural evolution of their sound while retaining their core origins. The album also features celebrated guest artists Piet Botha and Albert Frost as well as the honeyed voice of rising star Adelle Nqeto.
The official Gauteng launch will take place at Moonshot Café in Pretoria on 15 November with The Radium Beer hall playing host to the Johannesburg leg on 01 December. From there the band will take their newborn on the road with a 15-date coastal tour from 14 to 31 December 2018 where they will be performing a selection of the new material as well as some of the old favorites. The album will also be made available on all digital platforms from 16 November and eager fans will be afforded the opportunity to pre-order the album from Friday 09 November.
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