Cambridge based alternative rockers Bouquet of Dead Crows return with a brand new single “Bunched Up Bradley” -the single sees the return of original drummer Andrew Coxall after a brief sojourn in the Antipodes. Launch date is May 18th and it is a digital download only release.
This is a one-off single which will not be appearing on the band’s new album which they are currently recording. The title of the song, which has nothing to do with the lyrics emerged from a conversation between bassist Graeme and drummer
Andrew when the position of the balls on a snooker table were misheard as being “Bunched Up Bradley”. The band have two keynote gigs outside of Cambridge, in Manchester (9th) and Newcastle (10th), coming up in early June. The gigs
feature German Shepherd label mate The Junta and fellow
Cambridge band Goldblume.
The bands’ first release since their 2015 album sees them mixing melodic vocals from Toni Cooper with the hard edged riffing that they are rightly praised for. Their debut album “Of The Night” was described as “classy smooth and trenchant rock” by The Headbanging Moose . Liverpool Sound and Vision described the release as “A magical album to come across, Bouquet of Dead Crows is a swagger of a band, one that is honest as is it enlightening, Of The Night is something special indeed.”
Formed in 2013, Bouquet of Dead Crows are an alternative Rock/Pop band from Cambridge that combines big riffs with big melodies. Their debut album ‘Of The Night’ was released at the end of 2015, which was recorded at the Parlour Recording Studio (Evil Scarecrow, Napalm Death, Evile) in Kettering. The album is available from German Shepherd Records
The band are currently working on album number two and anticipate it being released
Summer 2018 The lineup consists of Antoinette Cooper on vocals, Neil Bruce on Guitar,
Graeme Clarke on Bass, and Andrew Coxall on Drums.