Sorry to say that due to some kind of booking mix-up we’re not on the bill for Record Store Day in Stirling on the 22nd after all (and so obviously we won’t be playing).
Our new EP, These Days, is available now via Bandcamp on CD and pay-what-you-want download. The full digital release (iTunes, Amazon etc. plus streaming via Spotify et al) starts rolling out today, so expect to see the EP on those services and more ove rthe coming week.
Here’s a preview of the new E.P. – the title track with a lo-fi video we knocked together out of some rehearsal footage. Enjoy!
On Sunday 9th April at The 13th Note, Glasgow, we’ll be launching our new EP These Days with special guests including Hedgefriar (more TBC). £5 entry, includes a CD copy of the EP.
We’re playing this year’s Record Store Day at Europa Music in Stirling. More news as we get it!
The new Dog Moon Howl EP is to be called These Days and will be released (CD/download) during the month of March, which this year follows hot on the heels of February. The actual date is not yet set, but we’re planning an end-of-the-month launch gig in Glasgow, so, you know, expect it around the end of the month. Ish. More news on this soon, including a teaser track to be brought to you via the magic of YouTube.
Craig and Ally (The Craig Hughes Two) will also soon be releasing the live-in-the-studio mini album Off the Cuff – head on over to www.craighughes.net for more on that one.
The first Dog Moon Howl rehearsal of the year is looming, followed by a band meeting. Ooh. Check us. We’ll be discussing the release of our new EP and gigs and that – more news very soon.
We’ll be supporting Sky Valley Mistress on the Scottish leg of their current UK tour this Friday (9th) and Saturday (10th).
Friday 9th December: Bannermans, Edinburgh with additional support from The Motion Poets. Doors 8pm, Dog Moon Howl onstage @ 9:15pm.
Saturday 10th December: Nice’N’Sleazy, Glasgow with additional support from The Naked Feedback. Doors 7:30pm, Dog Moon Howl onstage @ 8:15pm.
Bit of a last minute outing but these look to be a couple of cracking nights – and our last live dates for 2016 – so we hope to see some of you there!
Check out Sky Valley Mistress here: www.skyvalleymistress.com
In addition to playing Ivory Black’s in Glasgow on Saturday December 3rd with Aye Aye et al, we’re now also appearing with Sky Valley Mistress on the Edinburgh date of their current UK tour. That’s at Bannermans, along with The Motion Poets, on Friday December 9th.