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The Cold Stares - Voices

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Format: CD
Label: MASCOT
Rel. Date: 03/10/2023
UPC: 810020507904
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Voices
Artist: The Cold Stares
Format: CD

DISC: 1
1. Nothing But the Blues
2. Come for Me
3. The Joy
4. Lights Out
5. Got No Right
6. Sorry I Was Late
7. Voices
8. Waiting on the Rain
9. Sinnerman
10. Throw That Stone
11. It's Heavy
12. Thinking About Leaving Again
13. The Ghost

More Info:

Mascot Records is proud to announce the release of 'Voices', the new studio album from blues rockers, The Cold Stares, available everywhere March 10th, 2023. For the past ten years, The Cold Stares have toured the world relentlessly as a duo, blowing away audiences across the US and Europe with a fierce, blistering live show that belied their bare bones, guitar-and-drums setup. Now, the band is embracing a whole new kind of chemistry as they launch their next chapter, adding a third member and channelling the classic power trio sound they grew up on with their explosive new album, Voices. "The chains were off when we made this record," says guitarist/singer Chris Tapp. "Suddenly, all the parameters that had dictated what we could and couldn't do just disappeared and we were free to create whatever sound we wanted." That sense of total artistic liberation lies at the heart of Voices, which pushes The Cold Stares' signature mix of blues, southern, and hard rock to bold new heights. Recorded almost entirely over the course of just two days with producer/engineer/mixer Mark Needham (Taj Mahal, The Killers, Imagine Dragons, Walk the Moon, Fleetwood Mac), the album stands as the band's most mature, eclectic collection yet, balancing gritty muscle and tender emotion in equal measure.

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