Bones Shake share ‘Hey Hey’ video

Bones Shake press photo

After the success of latest digital single Unwell, Bones Shake have shared another new video for their single Hey Hey. It’s the second single from their upcoming second LP which will be out on Abattoir Blues Records before the end of the year. The track was recorded just before lockdown with subsequent overdubs recorded remotely. The band explain “the mantra lyrics and persistent pounding grooves provide a meditative soundtrack and distortive mental and aural stimulation during this period of inactivity”

The video was shot in and around Manchester but primarily in the band’s rehearsal space above The Peer Hat by Jessica Fernandez Lomas. It’s a stomper that grabs an instant hold and doesn’t let go. Its intense and penetrating, grabbing your soul and daring you to ask for release. Ask yourself; is there a purer embodiment of rock n roll? Watch the video via YouTube below.

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Bones Shake are a scuzzed out, fuzz enthused garage rock trio formed in 2011 in Manchester’s underground. They play everything to the extreme; violent bottle-neck blues riffs, drums kicked, pounded and exploited and squeals of reverb drenched vocals which when combined, will help save your soul. 

Since they started, the energy has been relentless, and they’ve never taken their foot of the gas. They’ve played tirelessly across the UK either as headliners, or supporting names such as Black Lips, King Brothers, Walter Lure, Guitar Wolf and The Jim Jones Revue. Through this they have acquired a cult following and this has seen them become in high demand on the continent, where they have toured numerous times including a tour of prisons in France and a sold out performance at last year’s infamous Raut Oak festival.

They have released 4 EPs and 3 LPs to date which has seen them go from strength to strength and their last EP ‘Privilege’ was released via Belgian label Never Trust Hippies. Their latest LP ‘Sermons’ was released in May 2019.

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