So Many Animal Calls single ‘From The Sick Bed’ out now!‏

June 10, 2014


So Many Animal Calls single ‘From The Sick Bed’ out now!

For fans of: The Get Up Kids, The Promise Ring, Motion City Soundtrack
“… this EP may be ‘Burden’ by name, it’s certainly no burden by nature.”
– Rock Sound
“…riffs big enough to make your balls retreat like a piece of dust up a Dyson.”
– Artrocker Magazine

So Many Animal Calls have released From The Sick Bed, the official single off their second EP, Burden, released via Bloc+Music. It’s available to buy from the band’s official BandCamp and to stream here.

The video for single From The Sick Bed was exclusively released on Artrocker and is now available to watch on the band’s YouTube channel.

You can stream the single from the ABoF SoundCloud page.

You can also stream and download EP track ‘Stories’ for free from the ABoF SoundCloud page as well as their first free track ‘My Blood’s Not Mine’.

The Glaswegian foursome, consisting of Sean McKenna (vocals, guitar), Ross Stewart (guitar, vocals),Ross Coll (bass) and new member Sam Leighton (drums) with previous drummer Martin Johnstonfeaturing on the EP, recorded Burden with producer Bruce Rintoul (Twin AtlanticWe Were Promised Jetpacks) and the EP was mastered by Carl Saff (Joanna GruesomeBraidSpeedy Ortiz). Drawing on influences that range from The Cure to Motion City Soundtrack, the band have produced a record that would legitimately sit alongside contemporaries like The Get Up KidsThe Promise Ring and Death Cab For Cutie.

Their dynamic sound has also seen the band gain support from the likes of Rock Sound MagazineThe ListDrowned In Sound, and BBC Introducing… as well as picking up support slots with the likes of Little Comets and The Xcerts and sharing a stage at Rockness with Friendly Fires.

From The Sick Bed is released via Bloc+Music and is available to buy on the band’s official BandCampand to stream on here.

EP Burden can also be purchased from the band’s official BandcampiTunes and Amazon.

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