Albany Down issue Feeding The Flame video

Albany Down
Albany Down

Albany Down have released a video for their track Feeding The Flame exclusively with TeamRock.

The song features on the UK outfit’s third studio album The Outer Reach, which is out on June 10 via AD Recordings.

Frontman Paul Muir says: “The overall concept of the album is that the songs have a ‘trying and failing theme’ and overcoming adversity.

“The video portrays this concept vividly – set in the near future where the band find themselves drawn to each other by fate, and embarking on a journey to freedom.”

The band will head out on a UK album launch tour next month, with 16 dates scheduled. The Outer Reach is available for pre-order.

Albany Down The Outer Reach tracklist

  1. Feeding The Flame
  2. Do you Want Me Now
  3. Supersonic Girl
  4. Mr Hangman
  5. Like A Bullet
  6. Home
  7. Revolution
  8. The Drop
  9. Look What You Done To Me
  10. I Need You
  11. Sing Me To Sleep

Albany Down 2016 UK tour

May 06: Southampton Talking Heads
May 07: St Ives Blues Rhythm And Rock Festival
May 08: Frome Blues Rhythm And Rock Festival
May 15: Lincoln Blues Rhythm And Rock Festival
May 31: London 100 Club
Jun 03: Scunthorpe The Lincoln Imp
Jun 14: St Albans The Horn
Jun 17: Milton Keynes The Stables
Jun 19: Cleethorpes Blues Rhythm And Rock Festival
Jun 21: Chislehurst The Beaverwood Club
Jul 11: Oxford The Bullingdon
Jul 14: Grimsby Yardbirds Rock Club
Jul 15: Doncaster The Leopard
Aug 12: Whitehaven Rock And Blues Club
Aug 13: Hartlepool United Supporters Club

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