Tjuana Bibles Release New ‘Ghost Dance’ Video | London Show Announced | New EP & Single out 4 Sept‏

August 26, 2015



Ghost Dance Video Premieres on Upset

Ghost Dance is the new single taken from Tijuana Bibles  forthcoming Ghost/Dance/Movement EP. 

Both are released digitally on 4 Sept. 

Ahead of its release, Upset have premiered the video for Tijuana Bibles new single Ghost Dance in all its “arena stomping glory” [Upset].  The single is taken from the Glasgow 4-piece’s new Ghost/Dance/Movement EP. Both are released digitally on 4 Sept.

Tijuana Bibles mix grunge-based riffs, groove laden rhythms and swampy Louisiana blues into big rock songs. Their forthcoming Ghost/Dance/Movement EP follows the band’s debut Wild River EP, the “energising” [XFM], “explosive” [Clash] single Crucifixion and the free download Toledo, “a cajun-spiced stoner grooves that would match the soaring heat of a Louisiana summer” [Q magazine]. 

Known for their live sets,  T in the Park Festival (where the band have been invited to perform for two consecutive years) called the live experience  “as thrillingly dangerous as the Mexican drug cartel town of their name”.  In the last 18 monthsTijuana Bibles have sold out Glasgow’s infamous King Tuts, played at Wickerman, Belladrum and Isle of Wight festivals (as well as the aforementioned T in the Park), supported Deap Valley, The Alabama 3 and The View and toured the Scottish highlands, en route to Sold Out shows in London, Manchester and Glasgow. 

On the 5 Sept, the band kick off an extensive European tour in their homelands, Glasgow with a gig at Oran Mor and additional UK dates following in London (newly announced), Carlisle, Leeds and Manchester: 

Saturday 5 September: Oran Mor, Glasgow

Tuesday 13 October:  Underbelly, Hoxton, London

Thursday 15 October: The Old Firestation, Carlisle 

Friday 16 October:  This Feeling Clubnight, Leeds 

Saturday 17 October: Factory, Manchester  

Full European dates can be found via: ||@Tijuana_Bibles

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