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Tuesday 16 July 2019

Alternative Rockers Mallory Knox Gear Up For Date In Sussex Ahead Of Release Of Self-Titled Album

Mallory Knox have announced a date at BlackMarket VIP, Hastings, as part of a tour to promote their forthcoming self-titled album.

"This tour will take us back to a lot of places we haven't visited in years & in some cases to places we've never played before," says vocalist and bassist Sam Douglas.

"It's gonna be great to get back out there & finally show everyone what we've been working on for so long."

This is the fourth album release for the English alternative rock band from Cambridge, who have just released new single White Lies.

"We've been waiting a long time to release new music that really represents what we are about now," says Sam of the band's new material. 


"The album was recorded over four different sessions & 'White Lies' was the last song we wrote for the record. 

"I feel like it's the song I've always wanted to write & collectively we're all very proud of it."

They say that you only get one self-titled album in your career, so you better make it count. 

Yet there was something about this collection of songs that the band, completed by guitarists Joe Savins and James Gillett and drummer Dave Rawling, just felt was absolutely perfect for such a moniker. 

Mallory Knox play BlackMarket VIP, Hastings, on 21st September 2019. For tickets CLICK HERE. Their self-titled album is released on 16 August 2019. For info CLICK HERE.

by: Mike Cobley




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