× The Urban Voodoo Machine new single 'Pipe & Slippers Man' out TODAY

The Urban Voodoo Machine new single 'Pipe & Slippers Man' out TODAY


'Love, Drink & Death' is the long-awaited new studio album from London’s “Bourbon soaked, gypsy blues’ bop ‘n’ strollers”, The Urban Voodoo Machine. It’s set for an 8th September release but, luckily, we get a sneak preview with the release of the single, 'Pipe & Slippers Man', out, via digital download TODAY, 'Pipe & Slippers Man' is the second track of the new album and takes a wry look at a reformed character, eschewing his debauched past for the quieter life. The finishing touches are just being made to the single’s video, starring Rat Scabies as the eponymous hero, a role he has taken to with considerable gusto! Watch this space for details.

2014 is shaping up to be a very busy year for The Urban Voodoo Machine. In January, they released a two track single featuring the legendary Wilko Johnson on electric guitar and vocals; the A side, 'Help Me Jesus', is included on 'Love, Drink & Death'. Also appearances in the Benelux in August, September, October ánd November are scheduled! Scroll down to see all. Check out the new video for 'Pipe & Slippers Man' too:

Impossible to pigeon hole with a convenient one-word term, The Urban Voodoo Machine, led by the charismatic Norwegian-born singer-songwriter, Paul-Ronney Angel, peddle their own unique, sleaze-tinged, dark-edged, rockabilly-flavoured, gypsy blues and folk-punk. Comprising anywhere between seven and twelve musicians at any one time, and with washboard, accordion, fiddle, gong, mandolin, saxophone, double bass, tuba, Sousaphone, and even tie racks, thrown into the guitars and drums mix, their sound is thrillingly different and their live shows, once seen and heard are never forgotten.

2014.08.01 Haarlem (NL) @ Patronaat
2014.08.02 Utrecht (NL) @ Tivoli de Helling
2014.08.03 Floreffe (BE) @ Esperanzah Festival
2014.09.06 Asten (NL) @ Misty Fields
2014.10.31 Goes (NL) @ t Beest
2014.11.01 Eindhoven (NL) @ Klokgebouw

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