We’re amped to be back on the road playing songs from our brand new release ‘Big Green Mamba Dream’.
In support of the release we’ll be playing a once off, exclusive, unplugged performance at Pablo House Melville on Sunday the 16th of December 2018.
Tickets for the show are R350 pp and includes lunch (starter, main, dessert) and a welcome drink. There will also be a cash bar available.
Tickets are limited to 40 people and bookings are essential. No walk-ins will be accepted. To make your reservation please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 063 162 6964.
Lunch will be served between 1:00pm and 3:00pm. Shadowclub will perform at 3:30pm. Book now!
Looking forward to seeing you there 😉
Check out ‘Witches Soul’, the first single off ‘Big Green Mamba Dream’ here:
Pre-order ‘Big Green Mamba Dream’ on Apple music here:
Stream ‘Witches Soul’ on Deezer here:
Stream ‘Witches Soul’ on Spotify here:
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Big Green Mamba Dream press release:
” It’s been 10 years since the start of the club, and with the release of ‘Big Green Mamba Dream’ the band are excited and energized. No strangers to the local rock ‘n roll scene, Shadowclub won the 2012 SAMA for best rock album with ‘Guns and Money’, an album that included the chart topping singles ‘Good Morning Killer’ and ‘Guns & Money’. The follow up SAMA nominated ‘Goodbye Wild Child’ featured the top 40 track ‘Melanielectriclove’. Back then, the band toured extensively, headlining every major South African music festival as well as touring in Russia, Mozambique, Botswana and Namibia. Looking to pursue different endeavors, the band took a break from Shadowclub and life on the road.
With a rekindled energy 2 years later, the creation of ‘Big Green Mamba Dream’ happened organically, with the natural ease and enjoyment usually only felt by bands just starting out in the garage. The 7 track collection of new songs was written, arranged and recorded in between shows over a 3 day stint at Kill City Blues Studios in Cape Town and mixed by drummer Isaac Klawansky. The result is the evolution of a band that has done a lot of growing up and calming down. They no longer seem to be rushing their performances, rather opting to hang back and enjoy the taping of songs created and played for the first time just days before.
Shadowclub are excited to release the new music to their fans, who have been waiting eagerly since the release of ‘Goodbye Wild Child’ in 2013. “