Bath indie rockers Bare Knuckle Parade are set to perform at Manchester’s Whiskey Jar following the release of their latest single Diamond Eyes (out 4 March).
Diamond Eyes is the band’s first material since their debut EP Iron Lungs and was recorded live at Middle Farm Studios, conjuring up raw emotion and infectious pop hooks reminiscent of The Gaslight Anthem and Augustines. The track marks a new mature sound for the band.
Forming in a pub during a drunken conversation between friends, the band instantly became a hit in their hometown of Bath, with their unpredictable chaotic live shows and a vast catalogue of contagious songs. Early fans from the likes of Dermot O’Leary and Rhod Gilbert on Radio 2, appearances at Glastonbury Festival, Nass Festival and 2000 Trees Festival and support slots with the likes of James Bay, The Heavy and Enter Shikari, seen the band recognise they were onto something and set them in motion to become one of the most exciting bands in the South West.
The band are set to release an album in 2016.
Bare Knuckle Parade perform at Manchester’s Whiskey Jar on 26 April 2016.