Blues rockers Brave Rival have released a new music video for “Run and HIde.” It’s from the band’s debut album, Life’s Machine.
“Run and Hide is a New Wave of Classic Rock banger that tells the tale of a stalker going a few steps too far. Something I think a lot of women sadly have had to deal with in one way or another”, says Brave Rival’s co-lead vocalist, Chloe Josephine.
“We went really big on the production of this song to really capture those massive 80’s rock sounds” adds drummer Donna Peters. “But there are elements of light and shade with a bridge that is reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac and Heart!”
The band is releasing Life’s Machine on deluxe double purple vinyl on October 7th.
“Vinyl was something we always wanted to do, but we also wanted to make it extra special,” says Brave Rival’s guitarist, Ed Clarke. We decided to make a limited-edition colour vinyl run of 300. Once they are gone, they are gone!” “The four extra acoustic tracks will be on side 4 and will include new and old original songs in a reworked way.
UK TOUR DATES
7 October – Cornwall Rocks Festival
20 October – Tapestry Arts, Bradford (supporting Dom Martin)
21 October – Blue Funk, Rhythm & Blues Club, Manchester (supporting Dom Martin)
22 October – The Wharf, Stourport-On-Severn (supporting Dom Martin)
23 October – The Harlington, Fleet (supporting Dom Martin)
26 October – The Factory, Worthing (supporting Dom Martin)
27 October – Bourne Music Club (supporting Dom Martin)
28 October – Goin’ Up The Country, Chester (supporting Dom Martin)
29 October – The Mackenzie Hall, Brockweir (supporting Dom Martin)
5 November – Music Club, Coolham (Supporting Catfish)
10 November – The Blues Bar, Tring
11 November – Hallelujah Festival, Hartlepool
12 November – The Leopard, Doncaster
13 November – The Musician, Leicester
15 November – The 100 Club, London (Supporting Corky Laing)
18 November – The Yardbirds Club, Grimsby
16 November – The Bullingdon, Oxford (Supporting Corky Laing)
19 November – Parish Hall, Sedgefield (Supporting Corky Laing)
20 November – Whitby Blues Festival, Whitby
9 December – The 1865, Southampton (Supporting Laurence Jones)
15 December – Emsworth Music Club Xmas Party