The Deslondes take 'Hurry Home' to the United Kingdom this month15-01-2018
After a successful and very fun mainland tour last year The Deslondes are back for an UK tour this month starting on Thursday. They will promoting their critically acclaimed new album Hurry Home on this tour which includes an appearance at the Celtic Connections festival. Find all tourdates right here:
18-JAN: Bristol (UK) - Hy Brasil Music Club
19-JAN: Manchester (UK) - Gullivers
20-JAN: Sheffield (UK) - Greystone
21-JAN: Nottingham (UK) - The Maze
22-JAN: Leeds (UK) - Brudenell Social Club
24-JAN: Glasgow (UK) - Celtic Connections
25-JAN: Newcastle (UK) - The Cluny 2
26-JAN: London (UK) - O2 Academy 2 Islington
27-JAN: Brighton (UK) - Sticky Mike`s Frog Bar
28-JAN: Winchester (UK) - The Railway Inn
The Deslondes follow up their impressive debut album with the equally fine Hurry Home. Less country inclined than its predecessor the album finds the band roaming through a variety of styles – swampy southern roots, 50’s rockabilly, and classic rhythm & blues which, with several members of the band singing lead on various songs gives the album a truly dynamic feel.
Hurry Home represents a sonic shift from the country-folk of their debut to a psychedelic, electrified soul sound, with a stronger emphasis on organ and electric guitar. The band split up songwriting and lead vocal duties among its five members, Sam Doores, Riley Downing, Dan Cutler, John James Tourville and Cameron Snyder, continuing its democratic ethos and musical versatility.
The last song on Hurry Home is Riley Downing's "Déjà Vu and a Blue Moon." The band recorded this version at Willie Nelson's studio Pedernales last spring: